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St. Paul's Catholic Church, Fulford Harbour, Salt Spring Island, B.C.
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St. Paul's Catholic Church is considered the most photographed church on Salt Spring Island, probably because it is easy to park; its proximity to the ferry terminal makes it the first opportunity to capture some of the island's old time "pittoresque". Once the center of social life for the local Hawaiian (Kanaka) settlers,it remains a friendly view for commuters returning from a long day in Victoria on BC Ferries' Skeena Queen. Its fake stone veneer reminds us how easy it is to ruin an heritage building.

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