“I missed my city.. Time to stroll around before summer ends.. 😉👍” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Bellevue Square Park – Kensington Market – Toronto

I recently re-painted my Labyrinth in the Wading Pool in Bellevue Square Park in Kensington Market.

You can also see some of the Design Motifs I also repainted.

The wading pool surface however has become decrepit and no amount of repainting can solve that.

At some point, the park itself will be remade, revitalized.

Unknown if the wading pool will survive at all.

Until then, you can still walk my Labyrinth . . .

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