Tall Grass – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – False Creek South – Habitat Island

The south east quadrant of the Vancouver Public Labyrinth dips just enough to allow rainwater to pool into puddle nurturing tall grass . . .

You can still make out the path.

It follows where the grass grew tall around the rocks and stones which outline the Labyrinth . . .

Nature nurturing a Hedge Maze from within my Stone Labyrinth ?

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