“Labyrinth under Cambie Bridge 😊💞walk it to restore your sanity” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

Mixed feelings about this turn of events . . .

Last week my Spyglass Place Labyrinth, which I first made back in April using nearby stones, had all its stones removed and put into a number of piles.

Aw well.

I intended to return and rebuild the Labyrinth when I had a good chunk of time to do so.

And now, in recent days, someone used some of the stones to outline a giant heart, with what looks like giant letters or initials inside the heart.

The grass outline of the Labyrinth remains as does the well worn path in-between those outlines.

My Spyglass Place Labyrinth was well walked.

It lasted from April until Early October.

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“Cambie Bridge maze! Unfortunately a week later it was disassembled 😒” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

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“What’s with Vancouver’s obsession with walking Labyrinths these days?” – Labyrinth Pier – False Creek Seawall

It’s the Vancouver City of Labyrinths Project!

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Labyrinth Pier – Island Park Walk – False Creek – Vancouver

Earlier this afternoon, I visited Labyrinth Pier and chalked my usual π symbol in bottom of the slice of pie that are found in almost all my circular Labyrinth designs.

I also chalked a Heart in the Centre of the Labyrinth.

They both change everything. It feels different walking when both Pi and Heart are present.

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Labyrinth Pier – Granville Island – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

“Labyrinth Pier” south of Granville Island, Vancouver.

The current thin outlines of the outer arcs / walls are almost invisible from this angle.

This image captures the moment-in-time in-between painting over the thin orange outlines into full width arcs viewable from afar…

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“Gus” – Carey Trains Me – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Gus in the centre of the Vancouver Public Labyrinth!

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“Look for and walk the Labyrinth in our city.☺💟” – Labyrinth Pier – Island Park Walk – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

My current multi-Labyrinth location is an unusual shaped wooden pier attached to Island Park Walk opposite Granville Island along the False Creek Seawall.

This is the first of four, and potentially five, different designs I hope to complete painting in this undefined public space.

Many people have already walked it in my presence, when it was first chalked, and even while I was in the process of outlining the chalk design with a thin line of orange paint.

The original colour choice was yellow, yet at the last minute I switched to orange. This turned out to be the better colour choice upon this dark coloured marine wood.

Many people stopped and chatted with me to learn about this Labyrinth, including the couple who posted this trio of images on instagram.

I am grateful to all!

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“We found a wee Labyrinth and a big Labyrinth, both made with stones, along the False Creek seawall and we walked completely through both of them.” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Yay!

This unexpected video find is bringing me such happiness!

My intention was to add two smaller Labyrinths in-between my Vancouver Public Labyrinth and the pathway along the False Creek Seawall.

This “wee” one is a classic design three lane Labyrinth made of small stones.

It’s a placeholder until I have time and energy to build a larger one using larger rocks.

Perhaps its fine as it is?

It certainly brought a smile to this Labyrinth’s Walker as we can see in the end of her video. . .

Plus she re-positioned a few misplaced stones along the way! Appreciated!

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“Running the Labyrinth ” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“They are everywhere these days. A lot of them created by HiMY SYeD.” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“Somebody dumped a load of construction debris in my neighbourhood 😒, somebody else made art out of it. ☺️” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – False Creek – Vancouver

This cinder block tower is currently what you find when you reach the centre of my Spyglass Place Labyrinth, located on the west side of Cambie Bridge and north of Olympic Village Skytrain Station. . .

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“Maze is not that hard hooman” – 🐕 – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

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“Stone Sculpture” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – South East False Creek – Vancouver

This Labyrinth I made from stones is located below the west side of the Cambie Bridge and north of Olympic Village station.

On recent visits, the number of concrete building cinder blocks placed by the Labyrinth’s entrance pathway has been increasing.

Now, they have all been moved from the outer wall, to the centre of the Labyrinth itself, and transformed into a Sculpture in its own right . . .

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Beside Habitat Island – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

The rain which fell in September brought back the green of the grass which was brown throughout the late summer . . .

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Labyrinth.

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“People Watching: Labyrinth Maker” – Chalk Labyrinth – The Village on False Creek – Vancouver

I was so focused in making this Labyrinth, I took very few photographs during the process.

Very happy with this image of me re-chalking an outline near the centre of the Labyrinth.

This image teases two heart aglets in one corner of the Chalk Labyrinth . . .

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