Stanley Park: Final Thoughts

I loved Vancouver, great city, I hope to visit again. One of the highlights, Stanley Park. I want to compare it to Central Park in New York City, but due to being significantly smaller and having significantly more waterfront that’d be a hard comparison. I only had a limited time at Stanley Park, walking about briefly and biking along the sea wall, but I would have liked to have more time, honestly didn’t realize how nice it’d be and hadn’t planned on enough time to relax a bit amongst my travels.

Here’s my last couple highlights (which, like my other highlights may have been posted before) of Stanley Park, the lighthouse and this statue that I imagine has a name, but I didn’t note anything at the time indicating one.

Metro + Nature

I’ve mentioned before my admiration for cleverly integrating nature into modern architecture, one of the other places this stood out to me while in Vancouver was a stop on the Millenium line of the city metro train.

Shot on iPhone XS. Shot on Moment.

Cliff Walk at Capilano

After crossing the Capilano Suspension Bridge, and crossing back, I walked along the Cliff Walk hanging walkway. It has great views of the bridge and the river below. And, it’s sturdily mounted, not really hanging, more like attached to the side of the cliff. There are some glass bottomed sections and parts that jut out further from the cliff, good for pictures.

Shot on iPhone XS. Shot on Moment Telephoto Lens.