Near the rose garden in Vancouver’s Stanley Park are some very carefully showy flower beds. They are clearly a labour of love.
This fish-themed mural is overlaid by guerrilla-style graffiti, and spiced with a little urban detritus.
I’m here waiting for the train on the Adanac bike route in Vancouver, and my Mobi bike share time is creeping towards the 30-minute limit for this ride.
Mild anxiety ensues. But as the graffiti says on one of the signal housings — “relax”.
A.K.A. the Pink Snow problem.
Vancouver’s Point Grey Road on a Sunday afternoon in April. Where 6,000 – 10,000 motor vehicles once dominated most days, children now ride safely on a busy and spectacular Greenway. And the experience for everyone is terrific. Car-mageddon indeed.
Out for a walk after dinner, hoping for a monster sunset. But found this instead.
A popular tourist attraction — riding around the park. Cherry blossoms in spring, harbour views, beaches and fall foliage all a bonus.
The newly (and vastly) improved south seawall in Vancouver has some enduring delights, including pink snow.
It’s the first season, with cherry trees in blossom, drawing people from all over to see.
Jericho Beach Park in Vancouver after a very wet spring morning.