Monthly Archives: July 2013

High Summer in the Laughing Labyrinth

The happy faces of coreopsis and black-eyed Susans usher in these long summer days and reflect back the energy of the sun.

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Walking Opposite – Going in the Same Direction

This is a “backwards” re-telling of four labyrinth experiences in three days.  Opposite – going in the same direction.  That is forward in life. Sometimes we seem to be opposite each other when in reality we are going the same … Continue reading

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Double Entendre Patterns

Prairiewoods Labyrinth was active.  A pilgrim walked, sweat lodge companions dragged in firewood and built a fire. The north breeze carried the smoke away to the south.  The west sun slanted through the mighty oaks.  I framed the HI of … Continue reading

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Spur of the Moment

Wonder if I will ever decide to learn to format more than one picture at a time.  Hmmmm.  Saturday I stopped by the Regis Labyrinth on the spur of the moment and found quiet and calm on this bright sunny … Continue reading

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