“Here’s to an AMAZING New Year! 🥳” – Labyrinth Pier – Granville Island – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

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“Beauty morning for a walk amongst the weirdo clouds pretending to be funnels and freaking my bean.” – Labyrinth Pier – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

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“Walking meditation with the nephew. He may have thought it was just a cool maze…but I tricked him into setting intentions for 2019!” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – The Village on False Creek

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“This guy’s hobby is drawing large mazes on the streets of Vancouver using coloured chalks 😄” – Christmas Tree Labyrinth – Olympic Village – Vancouver

Large Labyrinths!

Grateful for the portrait.

I’m usually the one photographing, rarely the one photographed.

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“More running in the rain… Geese, Crows and Ducks are hanging out together in the puddles” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – Olympic Village – False Creek

Birds of a Feather . . .

No, Wait!

What!?

NO Pigeons?

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“Christmas Tree Labyrinth. Walk the L-Walk, it will chill you right out 👌👊🙌” – Foot of Manitoba Street – Olympic Village – False Creek – Vancouver

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“Christmas Labyrinth, in chalk, being drawn up in Olympic Village” – Foot of Manitoba Street – Vancouver

Hey, that’s me underneath the Giant Christmas Tree Labyrinth.

I was drawing boxes representing the idea of gifts and presents under the Xmas Tree while pointing the entrance . . .

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“☸️” – Labyrinth Pier – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

Of the Four Labyrinths I have thus far painted on what I call Labyrinth Pier, this first one in orange is the least faded.

I painted at least two full coats over the entire design.

I also painted this first one during the drier months.

Painting on dry wood planks allows for more longevity than painting on moist or damp wood.

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“I had no idea we had so many Labyrinths” – Labyrinth Pier – Granville Island – Vancouver

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I had no idea we had so many labyrinths

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“I can’t wait to see this giant tree lit up at night! 🎄🎄🎄😍” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Robson Square Labyrinth making Cameo/Photobomb appearance . . .

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Christmas Tree Chalk Labyrinth – Foot of Manitoba Street – Olympic Village – Vancouver

A Pause in The Rain allowed a window of time to chalk out a Labyrinth Design idea I’ve been pondering.

A Giant Christmas Tree Labyrinth!

Didn’t turn out how I envisioned it.

Numerous mistakes, miscalculations, and I messed up both the “Centre” and the “Star”.

My intention was to create a Pass Through Labyrinth, yet muscle memory kicked in and before I could catch myself, I had eliminated possibilities for a pass-through.

Aw well.

Next time. Until then, here are images of how this first attempt at a Christmas Tree Chalk Labyrinth turned out…


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“Elliot and the Giant Christmas Tree” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

West side of Robson Square closer to Hornby Street stands a Giant Christmas Tree.

East side of Robson Square closer to Howe Street lays the Labyrinth.

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“December Healing, Mystic Journey” – Labyrinth Pier – Granville Island – Vancouver

Grateful to live in a City where the Labyrinths I make remain walkable in the Winter Months.

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“Fall walk in Vancouver BC” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – False Creek

This is pretty much how the Vancouver Public Labyrinth looks like from a distance, if you are observing False Creek from the multi-use pathway along the Seawall.

There is enough green space for a second smaller Stone Labyrinth to be created closer to the pathway.

I made a small three lane Classic Labyrinth late this past summer. It remained recognizable and walkable for many, many weeks.

Hopefully I may be able to create a Baltic Design pass-through Labyrinth made of stones in the near future.

Not everyone feels comfortable enough to wander off the paved path and onto the grass to reach the Labyrinth and then walk it.

A second Stone Labyrinth made much closer to the pathway may be just enough for some people to expand their comfort zone, and go for a Labyrinth Walk.

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“One fine day. 🙂💕” – Labyrinth Pier – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

Nice capture showing three of the four Labyrinths painted on Labyrinth Pier in Vancouver . . .

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