the Capilano Park, Vancouver

…here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud
and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows
higher than soul can hope or mind can hide…
 — E. E. Cummings “i carry it in my heart”
two-wood -5
tree recycle-1


Eight bridges connect those trees enabling tourists to venture from one magnificent Douglas fir tree to another, some are reaching as high as 100 feet (30m) above the forest floor. An amazing innovative construction at the Capilano Park, Vancouver.

Note: I apologize for reposting these photos that I used in another post a couple of years ago. I could think better photos for this inspiring theme. Hope my new readers and followers will enjoy… 🙂

Travel theme: Wood

52 thoughts on “the Capilano Park, Vancouver

  1. Great post and stunning photo’s Amy and I am glad you posted these photo’s and I think it’s good to re-post photo’s of long ago as not all the new followers have seen or read the older posts. 😀


  2. Oh dear Amy,there is no reason to apologise for re-using those magical photos for the theme.Believe me,they are shots that merit more than one look …The introductory part with the E.E.Cummings verses add a very special dimention to your well-selected,bright images !!! Nice POV !!!


  3. I believe I’ve seen the bridge before from your previous post, or maybe a different bridge or different angle. It’s about you put it into good use again. I love bridges like that.


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