Cyclist Blur – Labyrinth – Augusta Avenue – Kensington Market – Downtown Toronto

This is the Labyrinth at the north end of Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market that I painted and then re-painted during the past two Pedestrian Sundays.

Despite weeks and weeks of vehicular traffic, the colour, design, and motifs have remained intact.

If I am out there again next Pedestrian Sunday on August 25 2019, I may refresh it with some new colours . . .

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“@HiMYSYeD I love how I can always spot your Labyrinths on account of the Heart ♥️ 🌀” – Wading Pool – Sir Casimir Gzowski Park Playground – Sunnyside Beach – Toronto

Thank you Danielle !

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Looking South… – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Looking south beyond my Robson Square Labyrinth toward Overcast Skies . . .

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Street Labyrinth – Kensington Avenue – Kensington Market – Downtown Toronto

Almost a full month has pase, yet the Labyrinth I painted on Kensington Avenue for the previous Pedestrian Sunday Kensington Market is still there . . .

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“Kensington Market 😍” – Heart Labyrinth – Kensington Avenue – Downtown Toronto

Heart design in the Labyrinth I painted on Kensington Avenue during the July 2019 Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market . . .

A memory opportunity for vacationers in Downtown Toronto . . .

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Geyser! – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

Sometimes Young Wading Pool staffers turn on the vertical Fountain Geyser atop the Water Pump in the centre of Toronto’s Wading Pools.

Some of those wading pools have Labyrinths that I have painted in them.

This is Christie Pits Park . . .

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“Before summer ends☀️” – Labyrinth – Wading Pool – Wadsworth Park – Toronto

What Summer is complete without a Labyrinth Walk . . .

Or Splash !

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“It’s a beauty!” – Dish With One Spoon / Man In The Maze / Medicine Wheel Labyrinth – Wells Hill Park – Toronto / Tkaronto

Thank you Sean !

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“Invasion of privacy.” – Heart Labyrinth – Augusta Avenue – Kensington Market – Downtown Toronto

Being Private in Public beside my Heart Labyrinth painted on the north end of Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market . . .

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“I love Toronto, Kensington Market edition. ☀️❤️” – Heart Labyrinth – Augusta Avenue

Labyrinths I painted on Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market remain vibrant and walkable . . .

But watch for cars !!!

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“It’s hard to believe that there’s only a few weeks left of summer!” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Eglinton Park – Toronto

The colours are faded, yet still comfortably visible enough to walk the Labyrinth Steve & I painted in the Wading Pool in Eglinton Park, midtown Toronto . . .

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“It is serendipitous and perfect, everything came together for me to attend, as it is exactly what my soul needed in this moment. 🌀🌱✨” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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I had the privilege of attending the “Crossing the Threshold” weekend from @birthingfromwithin in Vancouver. I am in love with their philosophy and approach and I couldn’t be happier I attended. As a First Nations woman and physician, it isn’t easy to ever feel fully “at home” in any type of training I attend, but this one had all the feels. It informs not only how I work with birthing families, but my entire way of practicing medicine and being a human. I was blown away by the weekend and the amount of reflection, compassion, and transformation they packed into such a short period of time. I am standing in the middle of this labyrinth in this photo, and I have loved learning more about the symbolism of this ancient path. The First Nations Health Authority generously sponsored my attendance to this training without question. It is serendipitous and perfect everything came together for me to attend, as it is exactly what my soul needed in this moment. 🌀🌱✨ #humbled #grateful #threshold #growth #reflection #birth #choice #perspective #intersectionalfeminism #labyrinth #herosjourney #purpose #spirit #community #connection #holdingspace #familydoctor #obstetrics #birthworker #birthkeeper #culture #cultureismedicine #traditionalknowledge #ancientways #indigenousmotherhood #meditation #mindfulness #presentmoment #nonjudgemental #serendipity

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“I had the privilege of attending the “Crossing the Threshold” weekend from Birthing from Within in Vancouver.

I am in love with their philosophy and approach and I couldn’t be happier I attended.

As a First Nations woman and physician, it isn’t easy to ever feel fully “at home” in any type of training I attend, but this one had all the feels.

It informs not only how I work with birthing families, but my entire way of practicing medicine and being a human.

I was blown away by the weekend and the amount of reflection, compassion, and transformation they packed into such a short period of time.

I am standing in the middle of this Labyrinth in this photo, and I have loved learning more about the symbolism of this ancient path.

The First Nations Health Authority generously sponsored my attendance to this training without question.

It is serendipitous and perfect everything came together for me to attend, as it is exactly what my soul needed in this moment. 🌀🌱✨”

Dr. Ellie Saumier, M.D.

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Black and White – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Something different.

Black and white photos of the subject sitting on a chair in the centre of my Multi-Colour painted Labyrinth in Robson Square in Downtown Vancouver . . .

Can’t recall seeing my Labyrinth in Black and White this way.

Every time someone walks a Labyrinth, the exploration, the experience remains unique and never quite repeats.

Likewise with me seeing how people interact, use, reuse, walk, the different Labyrinths I make in Vancouver and Toronto . . .

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HONEY YOUR SOUL IS GOLDEN.

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“They’ve been playing a game bouncing and chasing a ball for a solid hour now 🤷🏻‍♀️” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

The presence of water transforms the Labyrinth.

As much as the Labyrinth has transformed the Wading Pool . . .

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“Gimme my phone😒” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

It is challenging to both use one’s smartphone device and successfully walk a Labyrinth at the same time . . .

Friends don’t let Friends Walk Labyrinths with their devices in hand !

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Gimme my phone😒

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