Category Archives: Serendipity

“I love my city! There’s always something new to see. Came across this chalk Labyrinth by pure chance” – Tina Coon – City of Labyrinths – Vancouver

I love my city! There’s always something new to see. Came across this chalk labyrinth by pure chance #scienceworld #labyrinth #lovemycity #vancouver #falsecreek #summertime #solucky A post shared by Tina Coon (@tina.coon) on Jun 20, 2018 at 10:45pm PDT

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“A puzzling discovery.😎” – Chalk Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

A puzzling discovery.😎 #streetart #chalkart #maze #labyrinth #falsecreek #sciencecentre A post shared by Guntis Grikis (@weezul_gg) on Jun 19, 2018 at 9:18pm PDT

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“Bows 🌈” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Reflection upon Reflection upon the Heart at the Start of my Robson Square Labyrinth . . . bows 🌈 A post shared by Erika Rosales (@helihello) on Jun 19, 2018 at 8:57pm PDT

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“Surprises around each turn” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

Surprises around each turn A post shared by Rosie Gladden (@rossieg) on Jun 13, 2018 at 8:41pm PDT

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“🔸Labyrinths and Play 🔸 Ever since I started studying Labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. These ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month.”

The Labyrinths I’ve been in Chalking in MacLean Park are meaningful for people . . . 🔸labyrinths and play 🔸 . ever since i started studying labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. these ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month. walking a labyrinth […]

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“My morning walk to work showed me there is a new Labyrinth along the False Creek Seawall…in between Olympic Village and the Cambie Bridge. Beautiful.” – Ellie Ericson – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

My morning walk to work showed me there is a new labyrinth along the False Creek Seawall…in between Olympic Village and the Cambie Bridge. Beautiful. #morningviews #morninglight #mornings #labyrinth #falsecreek #falsecreekseawall #seawall #vancouver #vancity #home #photography A post shared by Ellie Ericson (@morning.views) on Jun 5, 2018 at 10:51pm PDT

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“…Didn’t realize we were standing on a chalk maze…” – Rob Balasabas – Chalk Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

You're probably wondering… where are the wife and kids, guys? 🤔 Good hanging with this guy (@vjknmarco). Also, didn't realize we were standing on a chalk maze until now. #justanothertuesday #vancouver #olympicvillage A post shared by Rob Balasabas (@robbalasabas) on May 29, 2018 at 1:12pm PDT

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The Pygmalion Effect: ‘Students were given rats from two groups, one described as “maze dull” and the other as “maze bright.”’

Learning about The Pygmalion Effect and this paragraph caught my attention… “Students were given rats from two groups, one described as “maze dull” and the other as “maze bright.” Researchers claimed that the former group could not learn to properly negotiate a maze, but the latter could with ease. As you might expect, the groups […]

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“View from on high, magic below.” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

View from on high, magic below. #labyrinth #bridgewalk #sacredspace #walkingmeditation #blackandwhite #bw #bnw #monochrome #bnw_captures A post shared by liisa hannus (@adegreeofwonder) on May 26, 2018 at 8:27pm PDT

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“Ada yang Putra Putrinya baru pertama kali belajar puasa? . . Ajak si kecil menyelesaikan labirin ini saat menjelang berbuka ya moms.. 😉”

It’s Ramadan and this caught my attention… This image visually weaves together two of my parallel projects, this, The City of Labyrinths Project and my 30 Masjids in 30 Days of Ramadan project. Another stepping stone in my understanding of Labyrinths in Islam. Ada yang Putra Putrinya baru pertama kali belajar puasa? . . Ajak […]

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Chalked Heart Labyrinth makes a cameo! – Science World – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

For my next trick, I'm going to wirelessly control all the lights on the Science World Dome. A post shared by Stephen Fung (@stephenfung) on May 23, 2018 at 9:08pm PDT

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“A random find on our walk in Olympic Village today” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

A random find on our walk in Olympic Village today #labrynth #vancouver A post shared by @ dawnleonard___ on May 20, 2018 at 4:07pm PDT

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“🤔” – Neal Jennings – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

I kind of surprised how much more this stone Labyrinth I made at the south end of Spyglass Place has been photographed and shared online, compared with my guessing that it might be so when I began placing the first few rocks… “🤔” Indeed. 🤔 A post shared by Neal Jennings (@nealjennings) on May 19, […]

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“Found some colourful footprints on the way to work!” – Amy Massiah – 6th & Fir Park – Vancouver

I chalked a little Labyrinth about a month ago… and apparently, it might still be there! As a design motif, many of my Labyrinths include chalk outlines of my shoes stepping towards the entrance. These footprints are, or were, made in 6th & Fir Park, located beside the start of the Arbutus Greenway. Found some […]

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“When I was a kid (4th or 5th grade), I loved drawing mazes. I took a small notebook of them to school and a classmate offered to pay me a nickel for one.” – Ryan Green

When I was a kid (4th or 5th grade), I loved drawing mazes. I took a small notebook of them to school and a classmate offered to pay me a nickel for one. He showed his friend, who also wanted one. I got another nickel. Word spread, orders flowed, and my pencil scribbled more mazes. […]

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