9:42 am vancouver

Queen Elizabeth Park gardens

the sprinklers were going all over the lower gardens so I found a cliff-side bench. the rocks in the foreground reminded me of the asian natural stone sculptures…like a miniature mountain that mirrored the rugged face of this old quarry.

the prominent thing was the beautiful blue spruce that was lit of like a beacon in the early sun.

waterfall on the right, old bridge and a bit of the Bloedel conservatory dome on the left.

lots of folks walking on the paths, doing TaiChi movements and stopping to view from the bridge.

had a break from viewing the Dutch Masters exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery…
found this fellows body language quite telling.
He was not happy with the conversation at his table.

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