Most of the photos this week are from my many visits to Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada. Located a short drive from my home, I try to visit the park a few times per month. In the Spring, I’ll visit even more as the gardens come alive with beautiful colours of tulips, daffodils, rhododendrons, magnolias, and cherry blossoms, among other flowers. I’m very lucky to live so close. Now, please join me on my new post with my photos shared to social media in the past week.
I’m glad this Canada Goose took a moment to pose for me in front of the daffodils and hyacinths earlier this year in the gardens of Stanley Park.
From a recent walk along the north Stanley Park seawall, looking toward the Lions Gate Bridge. On the left is a replica of the Figurehead of the SS Empress of Japan. The original sits fully restored at the Vancouver Maritime Museum.
A look back to Summer and the roses of Stanley Park.
As night falls on a beautiful Summer’s eve…
the Vancouver Rowing Club and city from the seawall in Stanley Park.
Loved the shape and colour of this purple Anemone from the gardens of Stanley Park in the Spring.
Brightness under cloudy skies…
Tulip garden outside the Stanley Park Pavilion, last Spring.
Not from Stanley Park but some Autumn colour featuring roses and daisies in Delta, British Columbia, Canada (along 116th Street to be more precise!)
Chrysanthemum along with a few pansies too, outside the Stanley Park Pavilion.
Silhouette of Prospect Point in Stanley Park…
taken from the Lions Gate Bridge on a beautiful Summer’s eve.
Rose in the Sky!
Although it was a little past its prime (similar to me), I still enjoyed this peachy rose against a brilliant blue sky. Late Summer in the rose garden of Stanley Park.
Sun setting behind Stanley Park from one of my favourite spots to watch a sunset in Vancouver in neighbouring Burnaby!
Hello gosling 😄
Not exactly a baby but still kind of cute. Taken earlier this year at Burnaby Lake in Burnaby.
From an enjoyable Summer evening at the Vancouver Rowing Club in Stanley Park with patio views such as these.
I hope you enjoyed this weekly post of photos from my social media. Take care and all the best!
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