|With its four very distinct seasons, Vancouver's Stanley Park is |
almost like four parks in one, it's many different features
enjoyed by many different types of people for many different
reasons the whole year around.
|Stanley Park has all the usual lawns and flowerbeds of other such urban respites, but also two beaches and two forests, one |
made up of totem poles.
|Lions Gate Bridge, leading |
from the park to North
Vancouver, dates from
|Beaches, lakes, lagoons, bridges, and half a million trees, Stanley|
Park has features other city parks can only dream of...so to speak.
|The Stanley Park Rowing Club and Marina dates from the 1930s.|
|Though largely left as nature intended, some of Stanley Park's trails have been modified to accommodate human guests of the park's amazing diversity of wildlife. (Yes, it's a photo, not a painting.)|
|Girl in Wetsuit, 1972, Elek Imredy, During high tides, she gets|
her fins wet. at other times the seagulls keep the rest of
her quite moist.
|The Stanley Park Light House|
at Brockton Point