Christmas Tree Chalk Labyrinth – Foot of Manitoba Street – Olympic Village – Vancouver

A Pause in The Rain allowed a window of time to chalk out a Labyrinth Design idea I’ve been pondering.

A Giant Christmas Tree Labyrinth!

Didn’t turn out how I envisioned it.

Numerous mistakes, miscalculations, and I messed up both the “Centre” and the “Star”.

My intention was to create a Pass Through Labyrinth, yet muscle memory kicked in and before I could catch myself, I had eliminated possibilities for a pass-through.

Aw well.

Next time. Until then, here are images of how this first attempt at a Christmas Tree Chalk Labyrinth turned out…

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