5 Best Spots In Vancouver for Insta-Worthy Fall Photos
At last, it’s officially Fall. The leaves are turning beautiful shades of orange and lining the city. Of course, the only way you can demonstrate for your love for the season is by persuading your husband/wife/partner/long-suffering friend/random strangers to take a photo of you, letting you check it for quality, and then taking a few more just in case.
But you need a location that’s worthy of your best nonchalant, looking-away poses. Oh, you’re taking a photo of me, I didn’t even know. Take some more.
Here are 5 of the best:
Pacific Spirit Park
close to UBC campus, this handy spot of nearby forest has all the foliage you’ll need for the gram.
Trout Lake Park
A perfect spot for orange, red, and brown leaf-laden trees lining the pathways. Show up early in the morning to get the best light and avoid the crowd.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
Beautiful all year round, when the leaves start to turn it’s even better. Again, go as soon as they open (9am) to beat the rush. The best part is that now Summer’s over, it’s a lot quieter and easy to get photos where you’re the star.
Cleveland Dam, North Vancouver
Just around the corner from Capilano Suspension Bridge is a beautiful spot that doesn’t get too many visitors, especially in the crisp early mornings. Park your car and go for a wander.
Van Deusen Botanical Garden
Full of seasonal trees and handy walkways around. Get in there before they start transforming it to the winter wonderland festival of lights.
Did I miss any?