Today I bring you photos from my day spent at the lovely Queen Elizabeth Park here in Vancouver. It is a huge green park, full of trees, flowers and grassy areas, which it’s pretty much the definition of heaven from someone coming from the arid Sonoran desert.
Inside the park you can find the Bloedel Conservatory, a dome full of lively flora and birds. It is located on the highest point of the park, so right outside the conservatory you have a fantastic view of the city. And speaking of views, the aptly named Seasons in the Park restaurant also has wonderful views (since it’s situated really close to the conservatory), which you can enjoy sitting on their deck, sipping a mimosa and nibbling on some yummy food… and that’s exactly what I did!
Of course as you can imagine, being the paradisaical site that this park is, you can also find countless families gathered to share delightful picnics and maybe even an improvised soccer game.
So there you have it, another marvelous sight to see if you ever find yourselves in Vancouver. Wishing you guys a superb week!
P.S. I just recently (and finally!!) started using my Canon EOS 60D camera, so I have a long way to go with photography, but how are you liking the photos?