“Code.” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

The Honeysuckle has really grown since I first began building this Stone Labyrinth.

A Maintenance visit in recent days revealed that eyeing from ground level, the Spyglass Place Labyrinth is almost hidden with an air of something Ancient.

Yet, from Cambie Bridge above, Spyglass is still easily seen…

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“Thank-You to HiMY SYeD for the “Unofficial Labyrinth” in our local Fairmount Park splash-pad..!” – Mark J. Richardson – Toronto

“Thank-You to @HiMYSYeD for the “Unofficial Labyrinth” in our local Fairmount Park splash-pad..!

Good to see a little Maze-Runner enjoying it in the Sunshine.

Sometimes the BEST things in #ParkTO break the rules a little. 🤫”

Mark J. Richardson

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“Walk the Labyrinth✌️😌” – Amy Rebecca – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

✌️😌 #walkthelabyrinth

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“Hockey or Labyrinth? Great use of public space at Strathcona Linear Park” – Vancouver

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“Theseus and The Minnowtaur” – Katie Brookoff Cartoons

I’d be fine getting lost in this maze.

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There is a simplexity to this drawing by Katie Brookoff.

Numerous Classic Labyrinths have been found along the shores of many islands, continents, seas and rivers.

At High Tide, the fish came in and may have swam up and into the Labyrinth.

As Low Tide gradually approached, any number of fish may have remained submerged in the inclined pockets of water within the lanes of the Labyrinth, yet without any direct watery way of escape.

People presumably returned at Low Tide, picked up their catch, went home and ate well that day.

There is a reasonable assumption that for thousands of years, these simple three and seven lane Classic Stone Labyrinths, created upon inclined slopes to the water, employing knowledge of tidal timings, were Humanity’s original sustainable fish farms.

I tend to agree with this hypothesis.

To illustrate this concept, here is a simple three lane classic Labyrinth that I made last week, upon the naturescaped Habitat Island in Vancouver’s False Creek, just opposite the location of where I recently completed the Vancouver Public Labyrinth.

Evidenced by the darker wet and lighter coloured dry stones in these images…

Tides in False Creek may rise and fall as much as 15 feet in one day!

Now, all we need is for False Creek to be clean enough again.

Who knows?

Maybe then we might catch a Minnowtaur or two!

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#fishtrap #labyrinth #trapped #mosaic #positano #italy

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“Went out for dinner and a stroll through False Creek…” – Demi Marlin – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“I took pictures of strangers sitting on a log…” – Cyrus Lin – Habitat Island – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

I took pictures of strangers sitting on a log…

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An Hour after Sunrise… – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – Habitat Island

About an hour after sunrise,

Under an overcast Vancouver sky,

This is what the Vancouver Public Labyrinth looks like…

#habitatisland #vancouver

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“Luna and Rio Frisky Frenchtons” – Carey Trains Me – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Carey, like numerous Dog Walkers or a few Pet Trainers, regularly bring their charges to the Vancouver Public Labyrinth.

Today it was Luna and Rio’s turn to visit the Labyrinth…

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Waiting for Summer… – Wading Pool – Earlscourt Park Labyrinth – Toronto

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“Impromptu maze” – Aron Bjornson – Green Masking Tape Labyrinth – Hinge Park – Olympic Village – Vancouver

Labyrinth I created in Vancouver’s Hinge Park upon the currently vacant public art cement podium using green masking tape finds this young one in the centre…

Cool!

Impromptu maze. #exploreyourbackyard #olympicvillage

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“Walking the new Labyrinth on the seawall on World Labyrinth Day. A labour of love by HiMY SYeD. Thank you.” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

“Walking the new Labyrinth on the seawall on World Labyrinth Day.

A labour of love by HiMY SYeD.

Thank you.”

Sandy

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Labyrinth – Wading Pool – Earlscourt Park – Toronto

During the rain, Earlscourt Park Wading Pool capturing just enough water for this wonderful black and white capture of the Labyrinth . . .

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“Can’t wait for the next 7 months! 🌹” – Habitat Island – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Where else to begin the next Journey in Life with friends than from inside The Centre of The Vancouver Public Labyrinth . . .

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“All love.” – Julie Ratcliff – Chalk Labyrinth – Creekside Park – Vancouver

Mazes may have Minotaurs.

Labyrinths have Love.

I almost always place a Heart in or near the Centre of any Labyrinth I chalk or paint or make.

Including this one I chalked in-between Science World and Creekside Park along the False Creek Seawall in Vancouver…

All love. #loveisintheair #sidewalkchalk #springtimewalks #handinhand #vancity #yvr

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