“Maze ❤️” – shawnagin gonagin – Chalk Labyrinth – Science World – Vancouver

I was working on this Chalk Labyrinth Saturday evening, along the seawall, north of Science World and west of Creekside Park.

First time making a Labyrinth in this exact location . . .

Wasn’t quite sure the location was ideal, yet people did appreciate it, and it turned out okay.

Still want to go back and finish it though.

Maze ❤️

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