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Stanley Park Seawall Labyrinth – Vancouver

This is one of two Labyrinths left along The Seawall surrounding Stanley Park. They are my gifts to the People and City of Vancouver before I leave for home. This labyrinth is located three fourths the distance between the Lions Gate Bridge and Siwash Rock which you can see in the distance. For one full month […]

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“It only takes two facing mirrors to build a Labyrinth” – Jorge Luis Borges

T.V. Rots Your Brain – Elevator passing floors 3 5 7 I was in an elevator this past winter in one of the office towers which inhabit the concrete canyons of Toronto’s financial district. The panelling of the windows on each of the four sides (once the doors were closed) of the elevator were slightly […]

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Lands End Labyrinth — San Francisco

I spent a couple of days earlier this week in The City, San Francisco. Initially it was to honour the sixth anniversary of the Boxing Day Tsunami. I built a giant outline of a candle in luminaria, then as I did exactly five months ago on the one month anniversary of the Tsunami, I waited […]

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Labyrithmics – Big Backyard Paper Labyrinth, Fremont California

… okay, so we didn’t finish making the labyrinth in the big backyard earlier this evening … manana, manana … This is the Big Backyard to my grandparents’ place in Fremont, California. One of those suburban nightmares where everything is manicured and nothing out of the norm ever seems to appear. Eyeing the boredom of […]

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“101 Ways to Use a Classical Labyrinth” — Daniel H. Johnston, Ph.D.

Visit The Labyrinth page on the Lessons4Living website for more from Dan Johnston, Ph.D.

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