Friday 25 September 2009


Vancouver gardens can, and do, burst into colour. Garden-wise that's as much as I know.

If they occasionally burst into flames it's news to me.


Virginia said...

Makes you wonder. I've never seen a hydrant out in the middle like that. Do they drive the firetruck on the grass? Heaven forbid!!

Is that a bee I see?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a nice spot for running.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Greetings from Australia. The red fire hydrant looks marvelous there.

Melbourne Daily Photo

Laurie Allee said...

Wow, what a great shot. I just love this one, W! But I'm curious about why, exactly, that hydrant is there.

Wayne said...

That makes two of us LA.

The top of Little Mountain (aka Queen Elizabeth Park) is the highest point (501 ft. about sea level) within the city boundaries. Just beyond the trees is a reservoir for city water. That doesn't explain putting an hydrant in a rose garden but I'll bet it's got great water pressure.

The park was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth, the queen mum, not Elizabeth 2, the present queen.