Queen Elizabeth Park
Vancouver city was the first place I traveled with my friends during a spring. The first day in the morning the tour group brought us to visit the Queen Elizabeth Park. As I pressed the button to open the caravan door, a huge green and blue image mapped into my eyeballs, and in a sudden, I just stepped into this wonderland. The bright dazzling sunlight shined all over this grass plot but it disturbed me from eyeing on this alluring scenery. Surprisingly, this park gave me an impression of a mountain, a green and graceful little mountain. The snake-like trail climbed up the little mountain and wanted to lead us the way to the top of the mountain.
As I took a deep breath with my eyes closed, I felt that everything else around me was so calm and peaceful, no clamour, no disturbance and the world seemed to stop rotating. The fresh, clean and pure air made me feel younger than ever and keep me lively and energetic. The fresh-cut grassy smell had spread out into the air when I approached the park. As you look around, there were many different kinds of trees and shrubs come into view. The leaves on the trees shimmered pale green under the sunlight. There were some tall, slim evergreen trees that stand very straight among some short and flat willow trees. As the gentle wind came through, the willow leaves waved shyly at the visitors. There was a giant, old looking tree sat alone in the middle of the grass on the left side of the path and seemed weary and depressing. Occasionally, a melodious sound rang out among the branches of the trees. Those were the sounds of the birds welcoming the arrival of the spring season.
Looked through the right side of the path, there were a group of seniors practicing Tai Chi exercises. They quietly moved their hands and calmly stretched their legs, and then slowly turned their body around, looking satisfied and healthy. Not too far from the seniors, there was couples strolled hand in hand enjoying the brilliant...