“Two Labyrinths were drawn with chalk on two ends of Commercial Drive” – Diana Ng – Car Free Day – East Vancouver

And there I am drawing it!

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“Car free commercial drive day yesterday was ✨👌💕” – Chalk Labyrinth – East Vancouver

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“What to do with all that open asphalt on Car Free Day Commercial Drive Vancouver? You draw a Mandala of course.” – Nicole Thompson

Hey, that’s me chalk drawing the Heart in Centre of The Labyrinth!

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“#Labyrinths🎷🤥🍭☀️” – keksama – Car Free Day – Commercial Drive – East Vancouver

#labyrinths 🎷 🤥 🍭 ☀️ #22degreehalo

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“If there’s a will, there’s a way.” – Chalk Heart Labyrinth – Science World – Vancouver

This was outlined originally in red coloured chalk.

Over time, the red has faded, yet the Heart outline of this Labyrinth remains . . .

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If theres a will theres a way.

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“얼음물온도인데 그냥 뛰어든다” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

Ice water temperatures in the Wading Pool in Christie Pits Park in Toronto.

Appreciate these images as I can see how the colours of the concentric circles of my Wading Pool Labyrinth are doing.

The purples are okay, yet the Red ones, which were closer to Orange when last I re-painted them, really needs refreshing.

More work for me when I’m back in T.O.!

And I’m happy to do it!

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“Park Hangs!” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

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Park Hangs! #babylove #parklife

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Wading Pool Labyrinth – Geary Avenue Parkette – Toronto

Another one of my Wading Pool Labyrinths popping up online . . .

This time it’s the one I painted in the tiny wading pool in Geary Avenue Parkette, at the west end of the park at the foot of Deleware Street North, in Toronto.

Many times, I didn’t paint my name into the Labyrinth, but this is one of those times I did.

The darker green circle aglets are holding their colour, yet the lighter green concentric circles of the Labyrinth could use a new brightening coat of re-painting.

…Added to my ever-expanding to-repaint list for my next trip to Toronto!

#wadingpool

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“Day 176: maze” – Clara Tong – False Creek – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

This is a wonderful composite photograph comprised of at least five different captures.

I’ve tried now and then to create similar composite images of the same Labyrinth Walker at different spots along the path, yet nothing as nice and seamless as this one.

Well done Clara!

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“Walking the Labyrinth in False Creek.” – Charlene Wolff – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Happy Walking !!

Walking the labyrinth in False Creek.

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Underbrella – Chalk Labyrinth – Bill Curtis Square – Yaletown-Roundhouse Station – Downtown Vancouver

The Chalk is fading, yet the Labyrinth remains walk-able.

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#underbrella

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“Got stuck in the Labyrinth…🌦” – Yuko – Science World – Vancouver

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“Learning to walk . . . ” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

Some years back in Toronto when I was RE-Painting my Labyrinth in the Wading Pool in the middle of Christie Pits Park, a father of two young boys was surprised to finally meet me.

He had a seven year old and a four year old.

His then four year old had learned to walk by using the lanes of my Labyrinth.

His older brother, who was all of three years old at the time, would spend an hour by himself walking and re-walking and re-walking the Labyrinth.

That hour of parent-free direct attention allowed the dad to focus on his youngest, helping his toddler to learn to walk.

The father told me that they as a family had been walking the Labyrinth almost everyday that they could for the past four years.

I was speechless. I became unusually self-conscious as the Father wanted to snap a photograph of me standing with paintbrush in the Labyrinth.

It was one of the most profound moments during my journey in my City of Labyrinths Project.

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“Labyrinth Project for the City of Vancouver. Check out my instastory for the man who spent hours with his chalk creating this! ❤️👏” – Sonia Deol – Jack Poole Plaza



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“David Bowie would be proud.” – Chalk Labyrinth – Science World – Vancouver

Aw Shucks.

And Thank you!

David Bowie would be proud. #scienceworld #vancouver #outofatruckwindow

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