“Not childish, but child like. – Keep your heart, people. 💙” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

Many thanks Steve for showing me this !

I repainted the entire Christie Pits Park Wading Pool Labyrinth on the day before the current Stay-at-Home Order went into effect.

I painted one additional lane right around the water pump in the centre of the wading pool,

Expanding this into a 12 Lane Labyrinth.

Concentric Circle Arcs looking good in Deep Dark Blue !

Because I finished (re)painting it after dark,

This is the first time seeing anyone walk into the final 12th Labyrinth Lane before reaching and entering the centre !

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