As the summer winds down, I thought I’d share some photos from a previous summer stroll my husband and I took through another one of Victoria’s treasures – Beacon Hill Park.

Imagine a cool evening with the setting sunlight playing through the trees. You step onto a trail from Dallas Road or Cook Street and wind your way through to the centre of the park. Sit back and enjoy a few views of this beautiful place.

A cathedral of trees above the trail
Queen's Lake

Almost didn’t move fast enough to catch these ducks in action 🙂
Garden Gate
Gorgeous flowers in the Rose Garden

Sequoia Info

Giant Sequoia
Totem Pole
The Story Pole, carved by a team led by Kwakiutl tribal chief and renowned carver, Mungo Martin
Once we had finished our walk, we emerged again onto Dallas Road and were treated to a glowing sunset view.

Sunset over the Salish Sea near Clover Point
Have a wonderful fall, dear readers, and remember that summer will be here again before you know it!

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