Victoria, British Columbia

A series of photos taken by David Stanley at Shawnigan Lake, Esquimalt, Langford, Sooke, Victoria, Saanich, and Sidney, British Columbia, Canada.
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Fisgard Lighthouse (1860) at Esquimalt, BC, was the first on Canada's west coast. It's still operational today.

Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site, built in on Fisgard Island at the mouth of Esquimalt Harbour in Colwood, British Columbia, is the site of Fisgard Lighthouse, the first lighthouse on the west coast of Canada.

The catamaran ferry Alpine II shuttles back and forth between Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, and Sidney Spit in summer.

The catamaran ferry Alpine II shuttles back and forth between Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, and Sidney Spit in summer.

The coast southwest of Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site, Esquimalt, BC, Canada.

The coast southwest of Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site, Esquimalt, BC, Canada.

A flock of sandhill cranes at Shawnigan Lake, BC, Canada.

A flock of sandhill cranes at Shawnigan Lake, BC, Canada.

Shawnigan Wharf Park, Shawnigan Lake, BC, Canada.

Shawnigan Wharf Park, Shawnigan Lake, BC, Canada.

Tod Creek in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park drains much of the Lower Saanich Peninsula north of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Tod Creek in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park drains much of the Lower Saanich Peninsula north of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

The neo-Baroque Parliament Building in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, was erected in 1898. The gold-covered statue atop the central dome is of Captain George Vancouver.

The neo-Baroque Parliament Building in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, was erected in The gold-covered statue atop the central dome is of Captain George Vancouver.

Erected in 1908, the Fairmont Empress Hotel overlooks the Inner Harbour at Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Erected in the Fairmont Empress Hotel overlooks the Inner Harbour at Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

This cairn on Beechy Head in East Sooke Regional Park west of Victoria, British Columbia, marks turning point 10 of the Canadian and United States boundary between the 49th parallel and the Pacific Ocean.

This cairn on Beechy Head in East Sooke Regional Park west of Victoria, British Columbia, marks turning point 10 of the Canadian and United States boundary between the parallel and the Pacific Ocean.

Hundreds of years ago a native artist.carved this petroglyph of a seal on a coastal rock in East Sooke Regional Park west of Victoria, British Columbia.

Hundreds of years ago a native artist.carved this petroglyph of a seal on a coastal rock in East Sooke Regional Park west of Victoria, British Columbia.


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