5 fabulous spots to take an Instagram photo in Langley
June 12, 2020
Those Instagram likes can be hard to come by and churning out fresh content that your followers will enjoy can be exhausting.
Unlike some of the other provinces, British Columbia is in phase 3 and things continue to open up. Langley is a gorgeous city, full of picture-perfect spots that are guaranteed to up your Instagram game. Practice your social distancing, and practice proper handwashing and get ready to indulge in these lovely locations.
If you’re chasing likes on social media, here are five beautiful backdrops and Langley’s most Insta-worthy attractions near Latimer Heights to impress your followers. All of the locations on this list are accessible to the public and many are free.
Now get out there with your smartphone and strike a pose!
Visit the charming village of Fort Langley
Located on the Fraser River just 10 minutes from Latimer Heights, Fort Langley is a charming village community and home to the Fort Langley National Historic Site, a former fur trade post of the Hudson’s Bay Company. With a variety of heritage buildings, Fort Langley is full of Instagram opportunities.
Take your camera to the rainbow crosswalk
Langley Township’s rainbow crosswalk located at Glover Road and Mary Avenue is sure to get a few likes from your Instagram community. In addition to pride photos, the vibrant rainbow-painted street near Latimer Heights would be a fantastic place to recreate the infamous Beatles album cover.
Spend time in Langley’s picturesque parks
Langley is home to 17 public parks that range from small neighbourhood parks to wide-open green spaces with breathtaking views and nature trails. No matter which park you choose, you’re guaranteed to get some gorgeous shots — even if you’re not a professional photographer. Brydon Park, located just 15 minutes from Latimer Heights, features a lovely lagoon with turtles and waterfowl that wildlife photographers will love, while Nicomekl Park boasts a more rugged scenery.
Flowers make beautiful photos
Flowers are popular on Instagram and when it comes to photography they’re super easy subjects. If you’re looking to add some more floral to your Instagram feed, be sure to visit the 3.67-acre Sendall Botanical Gardens. Located less than 15 minutes from new homes at Latimer Heights, this Langley destination is surrounded by gorgeous plants and flowers that you can easily capture with your smartphone. The garden is also home to two duck ponds and a greenhouse that is filled with exotic plants. Another garden to take your camera to is Erikson’s Daylily Gardens, located 20 minutes from Latimer Heights. This national display garden features hybrids of new plants created right in Langley. A quaint cottage nursery is also on the property where you can take some unique photos. If you love lavender, grab your camera and explore the beauty of Metro Vancouver’s only lavender farm. During the bloom season, the public is welcome to wander among the rows of lavender and take photos. Full Bloom Lavender is located 20 minutes from Latimer Heights.
Snap a selfie in front of a work of art. Langley is home to over a dozen professional murals in a variety of colours, all located close to new homes at Latimer Heights. You can feature one new mural a week. Murals make a great backdrop for fashion photography and self-portraits.
Latimer Heights is a gorgeous 74-acre neighbourhood that will become the new gateway to
Langley and is the largest master-planned community in the Township of Langley with nearly
2,000 new homes. This new homes development in Langley will also include green space and
a commercial/retail hub.
Vesta Properties has more than 30 years of industry experience and has successfully built more
than 4,500 homes in award-winning neighbourhoods throughout Alberta and BC. To view new
homes for sale at Latimer Heights, be sure to visit Vesta Properties today.