“The Christie Pits Spiral, painted in the splash pad. I was early for an appointment, so I indulged myself…” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

Quite Grateful to see these images and time lapse video.

It shows how ugly it is right now,

because of how much the colours haves faded off my Labyrinth painted on the surface of the wading pool in Christie Pits Park in Toronto.

This suddenly bumps UP which of my Labyrinths will be re-painted first during my semi-regular Labyrinth Maintenance Rounds …

Christie Pits Park will soon gets it Labyrinth back,

Beautiful as ever, and with a slight redesign expansion to 12 Lanes !

As soon as I can find paint roller, enough blue paint, and time.

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