Timelapse: Walking Out The Labyrinth – MacLean Park, Strathcona Neighbourhood – East Vancouver, BC

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A video posted by Jonathan Cruz (@jonathancruz) on

This is really cool!

A timelapse of two children, one, Miguel, stays in the centre while the other walks out from the centre of my Chalk Labyrinth in MacLean Park.

I had re-chalked this particular East Vancouver Labyrinth just the day before, on Wednesday morning.

Video captured curated by Jonathan Cruz.



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