Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island


Aberfoyle Park, Australia

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Originally the location of a one-room telegraph shack used by loggers, fishermen and pioneers to keep in contact with the rest of the world, Telegraph Cove soon expanded to include a lumber mill and salmon saltery. World War II saw the telegraph station act as a relay station and many of the current buildings along the boardwalk were built during this period.

Whale watching and grizzly bear tours operate from Telegraph Cove but you don’t have to leave the now tourist village to see wildlife. Otters regularly visit to steal scraps from the fishermen at day’s end. Black bears are also regulars and can be seen at low tide scrounging underneath the boardwalk searching for mussels and other tasty items.

Location: Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island, Canada

Date taken: Sept 3, 2015
Date uploaded: Sept 27, 2015

Nikon D800 Nikkor AF-S 24-85mm@24mm f3.5-4.8G ED VR ISO 100 f8 1/30s, CPL filter

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