Beacon Hill Park is a photographer's dream! From spectacular
reds and golds in the fall to a sea of beautiful flowers
in the spring, there is something for everyone no matter
Above are some photos that were taken during different
seasons in the park. All photos were taken by Wendi Dubé
with North Studio. Permission to reproduce these photos
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Victoria schoolchildren under the direction of artist John Quigley, form the outline of a killer whale on the oceanside grounds of Beacon Hill Park yesterday. The human artist statement was one of eight that took place from Baja California to Alaska to help raise awareness of the increasing plight of whales and orcas in the worlds oceans.
"Queen Victoria's Birthday Celebration in Beacon Hill Park,
1862" Courtesy of BC Archives A-02884
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Rainbow across totem pole in Beacon Hill Park
Photo Credit: Doug MacCormack
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