My family went on a short trip to Vancouver, Canada during the last week of October. Although I have been there twice, this is my first visit during the fall season, and I am very happy to see vibrant foliage color all over town.
The first photo is at Quebec street between Union and Keefer. The red tree is Quercus coccinea and the yellow ones are Gingko:
The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden has some nice color too. (Gingko and Japanese Maple):
Another view across the pond:
Queen Elizabeth Park is very big and very well maintained:
Another view of Queen Elizabeth Park near the hilltop conservatory:
Here is a quirky weeping conifer (Deodar Cedar?) that looks like a shaggy llama. It is located along the Sea Wall near the Sea Plane terminal:
Finally a street scene on Jervis street near Robson street:
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Very nice pictures of fall foliage. A bit of blue sky would have helped, too 🙂
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