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A #Walk down Memory Lane- #SundayStills #Photography

This Week’s #Photo #challenge is all about sidewalks, paths and trails.

Terri Webster Schrandt hosts a fun photography challenge each week called Sunday Stills. Stop by and check it out here:

My first photo above, is of a crosswalk in front of one of my favorite buildings in Victoria. The vines and rock facade make it look timeless.

Next we have the sidewalk leading up to the iconic Empress Hotel.

This is the walk leading up to the Victoria War memorial for fallen soldiers from World War I and II, as well as the Korean War and peacekeeping missions.

A path along the lagoon. A favorite for bird lovers.

My grandson enjoying a light display

Path to the past

Visiting the giants

Making friends

Country roads

Walk overlooking Hatley Castle

Fisherman’s Wharf

A fun trip down memory lane 🙂

JACQUIE BIGGAR  is a USA Today bestselling author of Romance who writes about smart, sassy females and tough, alpha males who learn the true power is love. Free reads, excerpts, author news, and contests can be found on her web site: You can follow her on at, Or email her via her web site. Jacquie lives on Vancouver Island with her husband and loves to hear from readers all over the world!

33 comments on “A #Walk down Memory Lane- #SundayStills #Photography

  1. Great memories!

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  2. Such lovely views of Victoria, Jacquie! The buildings and walkways look nothing like we see in California. Although Spokane has some beautiful brick buildings and architecture in its downtown. Those castle grounds and the fisherman’s wharf look gorgeous!

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  3. Great photos, Jacquie, I especially love the last three 💚

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  4. I enjoyed your photos, Jacquie. Your grandson is a cutie! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Jane Ellen Owen

    Fabulous Photos Jacquie! ❤

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  6. D.L. Finn, Author

    Wonderful pictures and memories. Jacquie:)

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  7. Nice photos…

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  8. Ah great memories! Thank-you for sharing these, I enjoyed them Jacqui.

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  9. There’s nothing quite as fun as walking down those paths will a camera. Great memories, Jacquie. 🙂

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  10. Beautiful pics, Jacquie – I enjoyed the walk!

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  11. Those look like some fun memories. Nice that you enjoyed the walk with your grandson. The Empress Hotel is a lovely place, and it looks especially fetching at night. Have a wonderful week, Jackquie.

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  12. These are great pictures, Jacquie. It’s nice to see a few of your grandson.

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  13. Sophie @BewareOfTheReader

    It makes me want to visit Jacquie!

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  14. I felt like walking along with you Jacquie! Yes, photos are a perfect reminder of the fun you had at those sites and with your grandson. He looks handsome! 🙂

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