“All roads lead to you.❤️” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

Sometimes it feels like there are more than one path, or one road, inside a Labyrinth; until you reach the Heart of Labyrinth, its Centre…

All roads lead to you. ❤️ #robsonstreet

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“Amazing!! 🙌🙌😎 🚲 .” – Chalk Heart Labyrinth – Science World – Vancouver

Walking A Labyrinth might include winding your way to The Centre, then unwinding your way back out.

In a way, this GIF does the same visually.

We are taken into The Centre of the Labyrinth and then back out again in only a few seconds!

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“Someone drew a Labyrinth on the cement so I walked it spontaneously.” – Charlene Wolff – Chalk Labyrinth – North East False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

That someone be…

Me!

I’ve re-chalked Labyrinths in this exact location a number of times now.

It seems to be appreciated.

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“Reminded me of a Petroform” – Shay – False Creek – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Petroform ?

Never quite thought of my stone Labyrinths that way before…

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Craig Engman – False Creek – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

I’ve been visiting my Vancouver Public Labyrinth when I can for “maintenance” walks.

I reposition stones and slightly re-arrange some rocks to ensure a pleasant walking experience.

And sometimes, I see photos like these two Instagrams and know that the Labyrinth is doing okay. . .

Even if these photos were taken any number of days ago, I appreciate them being posted now!

Thanks Craig!

#falsecreek #vancouver #bc #beautifulbc #britishcolumbia #canada #art#maze

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“What with the Umbrellas and chalk combo I feel confident imagining that if Mary Poppins were to choose a Labyrinth to walk it would be this one.”– Kjersten Hayes – Yaletown – Vancouver

Mary Poppins?

After all these years, there’s a sequel, Mary Poppins Returns scheduled for release this December(!)

Who knows, perchance she may yet find her way to Yaletown and the “Underbrella Labyrinth”…

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“It’s raining art” – Boris Khramtsov – Underbrella Labyrinth – Bill Curtis Square – Yaletown – Downtown Vancouver

This totally redefines what “Raincouver” means!

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La vida es bella – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

The second image in this Instagram post wonderfully captures the moment of contemplation before one enters my Robson Square Labyrinth…

#cityscape #streetlife #downtown #vancouver #labyrinth #tolove 🇨🇦

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“Beating this summer heat by swimming in the pool 🌊☀️ We had tons of fun spending time with our family today ❤” — Wading Pool Labyrinth — Riverdale Park West — Toronto

This time of year, Summer, Wading Pool Labyrinths are more wading pool to keep cool, than they are Labyrinths for walking.

Happy to see my blue painted lines are still visible enough to keep my Labyrinth walkable.

This one is located near the entrance to the Riverdale Farm, in Riverdale Park West in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood.

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“Evening walk on the seawall with my 10 year old puppy 🐶” – False Creek – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“View from a bridge.” – Ethyl – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

Fascinating to observe how this stone Labyrinth I made beginning back in April has been changing with the seasons.

Spring, and Summer, so far.

The grass around it. The almost invisibility of it at ground level due to the tall grass.

Yet, through it all, my Spyglass Place Labyrinth remains easily viewed from the west side of the Cambie Bridge…

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“More of these please. 🏃🏾 ” – Matt Galloway – Toronto

The earlier replies to this tweet assumes Matt meant more Water Fountains.

Understandably, I immediately thought Matt Galloway meant ‘More Labyrinths’ like the one I painted here in this wading pool a few years back…


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“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 ✨👌💕” – mama leah – 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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