Surrounded by water, Stanley Park is a playground & green space in Vancouver, BC offering much in the way of enjoyment to locals & visitors alike. My photos & other videos show some of this glorious landscape.
The Stanley Park Seawall is an 8.8 km path that travels around the perimeter of the park beside the ocean. It offers wonderful views and interesting sights.
See the 15 photos and videos regarding the world renowned Butchart Gardens which was built into limestone quarry. With 700 varieties of plants spread out over 55 acres, plan to spend some time. There are even fireworks...
A visit to a local, ongoing archaeological dig in Cresent Beach B.C., Canada unearthed more than just dirt.
Downtown Vancouver in British Columbia is a wonderful place to explore with a camera. Spring is especially attractive as cherry blossom and other flowers open.
Warm mineral waters and a horseshoe-shaped cave await visitors to Ainsworth Hot Springs, a British Columbia resort offering so much more.
Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia is a beautiful place to see magnolia flowers in spring and glaucous-winged gulls at any time of year.
The Burnaby Village Museum depicts British Columbia life in the 1920s. It's an entertaining and educational place, and so is the park in which it's located.
Burnaby contains a network of urban trails for pedestrians and cyclists. Following the Burnaby Mountain Urban Trail is a great way to observe nature and to exercise.
The fair at the PNE is a popular summer event in Vancouver, British Columbia. It includes shows, exhibits, tasty food and fun activities for all ages.