I think the reason Vancouver is such a beautiful city is partly due to the awesome public parks it offers. Agreed?
Cherry Blossom at Burnaby Mountain Park
We missed the full bloom by a few weeks, fortunately there are still some for us to admire.
Queen Elizabeth Park
Many variety of tulips at Queen Elizabeth Park, obvious?
Typical landscape of Vancouver, as view from Queen Elizabeth Park.
Flower around the neighborhood.
I think this is what dandelion are for.
More neighborhood flowers.
Somewhere north of Vancouver there is this park.
And there is a bridge.
As seen on the bridge.
A relaxing spot on the other side of the bridge.
Do not attempt to hike this path with high heels.
A totem pole at Horseshoe Bay Park.
Street lined with Cherry Blossom at Horseshoe Bay, British Columbia.
Prospect Point at Stanley Park.
An interesting unknown flower.
More totem poles at Stanley Park.
Coast Salish Gateways. Vancouver's Stanley Park is a great park. At 1001 acre, it's a huge urban park!