It’s a proven fact that spending time in the great outdoors is good for us in almost all respects, unless of course you happen to run into a hungry bear. The chances of that happening are almost as good as winning the lottery, but if it does happen, go and immediately buy a lottery ticket, assuming you survive.
For us, we have a special affinity to trees, and the bigger the better. On our recent assignment in Vancouver, we took some time to surround ourselves with some very big trees in The Lynn Canyon Park in North Vancouver. We were like kids at the playground, it really was pure therapy. I hope our photos will give some sense of the mood we felt, and what we saw.
Walking through an old growth forest, surrounded by huge Cedar, Hemlock and Douglas Fir trees that towered over us made us feel a bit insignificant, and in awe of mother nature. Pretty cool! We would recommend it.