“Mini maze🚶🏻‍♀️” – Kelly Lee – Olympic Village – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Like the many blades of grass now rising around the rocks, this image with its perspective of showing Olympic Village in the background is growing on me.

Most photographs of Vancouver Public Labyrinth appearing online take the opposite perspective and have False Creek and the Downtown Vancouver skyline as it’s background.

Mini maze🚶🏻‍♀️ #ootn #springnight #olympicvillage

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