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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16 comments:

  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.

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    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.

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  2. I really enjoyed these pictures.

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

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  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.

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

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

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  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!

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  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!

    Linda

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  9. Makes me desire to visit Vancouver!!

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

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

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    Happy day****

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

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