Photo Walk 12 – Vancouver Law Courts

Time really flies when you can’t stop to smell flowers.  We are in fall and there are only a few months left before the end of the year.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

Vancouver’s fall weather is fantastic.  I often cherish the fall weather more than the summer months as fall is usually very short.  The weather will start to become chillier and rain will be more frequent.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

But the fall colour is the most attractive.  It is like all plants are celebrating with their most colourful outfits.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

Trees start to shred their leaves but the colours are beautiful.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

Even though it is no longer as warm as it was in the summer, it is still very comfortable to be out and about.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

The stairs lead us to the roof top garden of the Vancouver Law Courts.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

There are different birds residing in the garden and we heard different chirping from time to time.  And we found this little bird who was a bit too shy and we had to stay afar.  Zoomed in using my Canon EF 70-200mm f4 L.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

The roof top also has a nice walkway above the street level.  The tall glass building is the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

Looking down to the street from the walkway.  Hope you are not afraid of heights!

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

Fall weather gives me a calming feeling.  It makes me feel relaxed especially in the afternoon when the sun light hits buildings and trees at a nice angle.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

The Law Courts building is currently under some renovation, most of it’s roof is covered for maintenance.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

This is right outside the Court House on Hornby Street.  It was a nice walk.

Downtown Vancouver in Fall by you.

A more zoomed in view of the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre and the fall colours around it.

Which is your most favourite season?

2 replies
    • Kam
      Kam says:

      Autumn is rather short here, only about 2 to 3 weeks. Then it starts raining almost non-stop for 3 to 4 months. That is when people decided to go skiing up on the mountains instead of dealing with the rain.

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