Continuing my journey through the photography from BC I found images of Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. Here is the blurb from the park site:
The second most visited park in Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Park, is a major draw for nature enthusiasts and view-seekers. Queen Elizabeth Park is Vancouver’s “horticultural jewel” as it has some of the most beautiful and well maintained gardens in the world. It is also famous for being the highest point in Vancouver (152 m above sea level), which makes for spectacular views of the park, downtown Vancouver, and the mountains that line the North Shore.
We had cloudy skies that day but it couldn’t dampen how beautiful this park was – here are a few of my favourite photos :)