More From the Waterfront

This series is a continuation of my day of photos here.
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I'm not sure what kind of tree blossom this is. I think it might be a pear tree.
I love this pop of red colour from the tulips on a cloudy day. I also like the bird's nest way up on the tree on the right.

These cast-bronze statues are located at English Bay's Morton Park near the waterfront in Vancouver's West End. The statutes are called "A-maze-ing Laughter, by Chinese artist Yue Minjun.

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  1. Beautiful fotos. The pear blossoms almost look like orange blossoms. I bet they smell heavenly. What a neat statue. I have always had Vancouver on my "to visit" list. So much to see. Take good care.

    1. Thank you for your visit to my blog, Kaybe. I hope you get a chance to visit Vancouver some day. There definitely is a lot to do.

  2. I really enjoyed these pictures.

  3. Interesting statues. I love Vancouver and hope to visit again someday.

  4. These are great pictures. I love the sea of red tulips and the palm trees. And I saw a bird nest, it's tiny but very touching.

    And the statures are wonderful. I enjoyed looking at these pictures very much.

  5. Thank you ladies for your visit and your comments.

  6. Beautiful pictures. Love the red tulips with the water in the background, and the sculptures, wow!

  7. Everyone is enjoying each at the waterfront even under the cloudy sky.I like spring,too. A lot of tulips are very vivid and statues near sea are fun.
    Thank you for visiting my blog.
    Have a beautiful week ahead!

  8. Beautiful photos of a beautiful place! I always enjoyed traveling to Vancouver. It's a world-class city, for sure.

    I've been away for a while and need to catch up on your blog posts. Loved the chapati post!


  9. Makes me desire to visit Vancouver!!

  10. I love English Bay, and the ships anchored out in the harbor awaiting a berth. These photos make me happy, Penny.

  11. Very nice shots!
    Thanks for sharing. And thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment;o)

    Happy day****

  12. Wonderful captures! I love the burst of colour of the tulips, the bird's nest, and the sculptures.


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