Born and raised in Maple Ridge, Ernie Daykin is still astonished at this community’s beauty. He recently captured this image of the snow covered peaks of the Golden Ears in the background, and cherry blossoms in the foreground. (Special to The News)

Born and raised in Maple Ridge, Ernie Daykin is still astonished at this community’s beauty. He recently captured this image of the snow covered peaks of the Golden Ears in the background, and cherry blossoms in the foreground. (Special to The News)

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Walt Brouwer of Fort Langley shared a picture of a beautiful spring day of Bedford Channel, including a view of the mountains reflecting in the water. (Special to Black Press Media)

Walt Brouwer of Fort Langley shared a picture of a beautiful spring day of Bedford Channel, including a view of the mountains reflecting in the water. (Special to Black Press Media)

Diana Starzak of Maple Ridge shared these pictures of the local mountain range, one taken from the dikes in Pitt Meadows, another from the diking system trails through Maple Ridge. “I come to the dikes to hike and soak up the beautiful scenery. While doing so, I have my camera ready just in case,” she said. (Special to The News)

Diana Starzak of Maple Ridge shared these pictures of the local mountain range, one taken from the dikes in Pitt Meadows, another from the diking system trails through Maple Ridge. “I come to the dikes to hike and soak up the beautiful scenery. While doing so, I have my camera ready just in case,” she said. (Special to The News)

Diana Starzak of Maple Ridge shared these pictures of the local mountain range, one taken from the dikes in Pitt Meadows, another from the diking system trails through Maple Ridge. “I come to the dikes to hike and soak up the beautiful scenery. While doing so, I have my camera ready just in case,” she said. (Special to The News)

Diana Starzak of Maple Ridge shared these pictures of the local mountain range, one taken from the dikes in Pitt Meadows, another from the diking system trails through Maple Ridge. “I come to the dikes to hike and soak up the beautiful scenery. While doing so, I have my camera ready just in case,” she said. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Tracey McKinnon loves her community “and all its beauty.” Like so many of us now, she snaps pictures with her cellphone. “I’m always snapping photos and my phone is full of many views of Maple Ridge and its beauty, and I’m glad to share it with our community,” she said of this image reflecting the mountain range in the water below. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Tracey McKinnon loves her community “and all its beauty.” Like so many of us now, she snaps pictures with her cellphone. “I’m always snapping photos and my phone is full of many views of Maple Ridge and its beauty, and I’m glad to share it with our community,” she said of this image reflecting the mountain range in the water below. (Special to The News)

Born and raised in Maple Ridge, Ernie Daykin is still astonished at this community’s beauty. He recently captured this image of the snow covered peaks of the Golden Ears. (Special to The News)

Born and raised in Maple Ridge, Ernie Daykin is still astonished at this community’s beauty. He recently captured this image of the snow covered peaks of the Golden Ears. (Special to The News)

Mark Watkinson shared this picture of the mountain taken in the not too distant past. (Special to The News)

Mark Watkinson shared this picture of the mountain taken in the not too distant past. (Special to The News)

Dustin Kvammen and his children often share pictures of Maple Ridge. They recently shared a few images of the Golden Ears Mountains. (Special to The News)

Dustin Kvammen and his children often share pictures of Maple Ridge. They recently shared a few images of the Golden Ears Mountains. (Special to The News)

Dustin Kvammen and his children often share pictures of Maple Ridge. They recently shared a few images of the Golden Ears Mountains. (Special to The News)
Dustin Kvammen and his children often share pictures of Maple Ridge. They recently shared a few images of the Golden Ears Mountains. (Special to The News)

Dustin Kvammen and his children often share pictures of Maple Ridge. They recently shared a few images of the Golden Ears Mountains. (Special to The News) Dustin Kvammen and his children often share pictures of Maple Ridge. They recently shared a few images of the Golden Ears Mountains. (Special to The News)

Leona Cooper shared this picture of Golden Ears as seen from 231st Street. (Special to The News)

Leona Cooper shared this picture of Golden Ears as seen from 231st Street. (Special to The News)

Leona Cooper shared this picture of Golden Ears mountains reflecting back up from Alouette River and as seen from the Maple Ridge dikes. (Special to The News)

Leona Cooper shared this picture of Golden Ears mountains reflecting back up from Alouette River and as seen from the Maple Ridge dikes. (Special to The News)

Duane Sharpe captured this picture of his twin girls, Avery and Talisa looking at the local mountains from their vantage point at the top of 239th Street and 106th Avenue. (Special to The News)

Duane Sharpe captured this picture of his twin girls, Avery and Talisa looking at the local mountains from their vantage point at the top of 239th Street and 106th Avenue. (Special to The News)

Clare Byrne took this picture of the mountains last Sunday, April 11, when out for a walk with her son and dog on the trail at the end of 203rd Street in Maple Ridge. (Special to The News)

Clare Byrne took this picture of the mountains last Sunday, April 11, when out for a walk with her son and dog on the trail at the end of 203rd Street in Maple Ridge. (Special to The News)

Jerry Crawley shared his view of the Golden Ears as seen from 248th Street in Thornhill. (Special to The News)

Jerry Crawley shared his view of the Golden Ears as seen from 248th Street in Thornhill. (Special to The News)

Terry Brownell shared his obscured view of Golden Ears. (Special to The News)

Terry Brownell shared his obscured view of Golden Ears. (Special to The News)

Jen Granholm share this picture of the Golden Ears mountains. (Special to The News)

Jen Granholm share this picture of the Golden Ears mountains. (Special to The News)

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