Here's a look at some of the most popular posts from the summer of 2017.

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Drone aerials over #Kelowna 

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#sunshow with the #godlight

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You could say this view is pretty grape 🍇 

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Living the Beach Life at McKinley Beach! 

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Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park . . . 

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Good Morning Kelowna 🌅 Beautiful morning to catch the sunrise 🌞👏🏼 

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This view has been the same since I moved in to this house when I was 7 years old... yet it is different every time I look out.

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I took this shot yesterday down in Kelowna on my way back up to Big White.

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Happy 150th Canada!

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Still doesn't feel real. I could stare at a view like this forever 🚁 

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If there were to ever be a photo that represents the Okanagan lifestyle, I should hope this one does justice.

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Shauna Merritt - Blog Bio Photo

Shauna Merritt grew up in a small community outside of Vernon, BC - and has a deep rooted love for all things Okanagan. When she’s not working in the marketing department at Tourism Kelowna, you can probably find her shopping at the Farmer’s Market, sampling a new release at a local tasting bar, or exploring the hidden coves and beaches of Okanagan Lake.