You might not know it from just looking at it, but this picture was taken in the literal middle of Surrey, a city of nearly five hundred thousand people. That's what the Agricultural Land Reserve gets you; the land around the Serpentine and Nicomekl Rivers might as well be the countryside, a hundred kilometers from the nearest city. It certainly gives more character than an endless parade of cookie-cutter subdivisions and strip malls.
There are a lot of cities that would be a lot better off today if they'd left room for land like this.
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