Having mentioned in an earlier post that the colors of fall were not in Vancouver what  they are in the East, I then decided to prove myself wrong. I didn’t have to go very far. The trees lining my own street were quite nice already. Then there was John Hendry Park and Trout Lake, a few blocks away. There was the southeastern end of Stanley Park, and even Butzen lake, across from Deep Cove on the right side of Indian Arm. But I found the most mesmerizing colors at the VanDusen Botanical Gardens. See for yourself.

In the end, there are amazing fall colored trees everywhere in and around Vancouver. All we lack is the widespread forests of deciduous trees, ours being mostly evergreens.

In any case, if colors have a sound, then autumn must be a symphony.