“Enter the Labyrinth” – Evan Schultz – High Park Labyrinth – Toronto

Enter the #Labyrinth

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“Hannah Rose Dobski walking the Labyrinth at High Park; dog following along.” – Chris Schroer – High Park Labyrinth – Toronto

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“This rock formation is a-maze-ing!” – Sean Roweffe – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

sean_g_rowe : This rock formation is a-maze-ing!

redcottonthread : Love this!

lumilumixo : Is this caused by nature? Like wind?

lumilumixo : Or aliens

sean_g_rowe : @lumilumixo definitely aliens

Well… I’m from Toronto, so there’s that!

This rock formation is a-maze-ing!

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“aRoOoOWoOwooOooo! I’m casting a spell for good weather all weekend🔮” – Moby the Siberian Husky – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

aRoOoOWoOwooOooo! I’m casting a spell for good weather all weekend🔮

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“How cool is this Labyrinth made of stones! Spotted from Cambie St bridge looking towards the False Creek neighbourhood.” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

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“While I was exploring False Creek I saw a lot of people taking pictures of a line of rocks arranged in a spiralling circle. I don’t know what it was but decided to stroll into the middle to pose 😊anyone know what this is?” – Suki – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

It’s the Vancouver Public Labyrinth !

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“A Heart Labyrinth” – Mabee Baby – 6th & Fir Park – Vancouver

A heart labrinth. #labyrinths #randomdiscovery #momentsofsun

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“View of Downtown Vancouver from Southeast False Creek, Vancouver, BC, Canada” – Michael Sutcliffe – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“Life is maze. May we all find our way and rock it along the way.” – David Lewis – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

Life is maze. May we all find our way and rock it along the way.

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“A break from the 🌧 with the favourites” – Jimmy Yargeau – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“Maze masters!” – Ramsay and Nitro – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

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“Somebody got creative today, Cool!” – GaLa – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Somebody got creative today, Cool! #FalseCreek #Sidewalk #OlympicVillage

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“Spotted on my way home” – Sarah Kim – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

spotted on my way home #labyrinth #yvr

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“Trying out the Labyrinth that popped up on the seawall near the Olympic Village.” – Bryn Davidson – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“Supposedly back in the Viking days there were many of these rock mazes by sea shores to trap evil spirits…” – Kirsi Rebekka Halme – Vikingeskibsmuseet i Roskilde, Denmark

“Supposedly back in the Viking days there were many of these rock mazes by sea shores to trap evil spirits.

Here’s how they worked:

A Viking slowly walked in the maze.

His evil spirit followed him in.

The Viking then started speeding up and running and eventually ran out of the maze.

Because bad spirits didn’t move as fast, they were trapped in the maze.

The Viking is then ready to go to sea spirit-free.”

Kirsi Rebekka Halme

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