“Today was a Perfect Day for Contemplation…” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall – Habitat Island – Olympic Village

“Walked to the Labyrinth,

Walked the Labyrinth and back with @tillie.king today.

This is the farthest I’ve walked in quite some time.

Today was a perfect day for contemplation with the sun playing with the clouds and rain,

The reflections of high tide and the perfect graffiti at the Labyrinth.”

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