Saturday, August 25, 2012

Queen Elizabeth Park

A nature lover's delight, the Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver is a must see park. What makes this park special is its natural beauty. The park boasts of beautiful flower beds, different varieties of huge tall trees, a rose garden, a tropical flower conservatory (Bloedel Conservatory), milky white dancing water fountains, a mini waterfall, a leash free dog park and breathtaking view points throughout the park. A walk through the park is a wonderful exercise for your eyes as well as for your body. It is no wonder that this park is the second
most visited park in Vancouver, with the first being Stanley Park.
Distant view of the Rose Garden

Bloedel Conservatory

Dancing Water Fountains

Aerial View of the Quarry Garden

View of the City

One of the many different flower beds

With Fall just round the corner, I can't wait to go back to this park and capture its beauty in all its fall splendor.

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