Island Profile: Autumn Season On Vancouver Island In Photos

Beacon Hill Park


Photo: Phil Petersen on Flickr

For me, there is no season that better captures the exquisite beauty and colour found in nature than Autumn. More than just crunchy scarlet leaves, it’s also in the crisp morning air, the reflection of fog on the water at Victoria Harbour, small houses with tiny chimneys puffing away in Union Bay, and late afternoon sunsets over the Island’s mountain spine.

Year after year, I am endlessly in awe of this season every time I set foot outside. Here are a few gorgeous shots captured so far during this year’s Autumn across Vancouver Island.

Northern Pygmy-Owl (Glaucidium gnoma)
Photo: Guy Monty on Flickr

Early fall
Photo: Feet wet on Flickr

VesuviusSeal
Photo: Garry Zeweniuk on Flickr


Photo: Anna-Lena König on Flickr

Lily Pads
Photo: ai.dan on Flickr

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Photos: Johnny Tang on Flickr

Maple Leaves
Photo: Guy Monty on Flickr


Photo: cherrysweetdeal on Flickr


Photo: Anna-Lena König on Flickr

Urban Jungle
Photo: Phil Petersen on Flickr


Photo: Mark Margerison via BC Hydro on Flickr

Autumn Colours
Photo: ai.dan on Flickr

What do you most look forward to seeing each Autumn?

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2 Comments on “Island Profile: Autumn Season On Vancouver Island In Photos

  1. I love the brilliant colors, the crunch of the leaves, the fog/mist in the mornings, and crisp sunny days.

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