We start here, just off the deck. The unicursal path takes us past our two garden sheds, a big pot of red geraniums and the Green Man in His supervisory position on the front wall of the little shed.
We wind our way around the corner, past the zucchini plants and the Himalayan impatiens:
Because the labyrinth is L-shaped and has no centre as such, we treat the corner bench and flowery nook as the centre of the labyrinth. See how the path comes out right at the bench:
Here we can sit amid the fuschia and the wave petunias, contemplating our journey thus far and thinking deep thoughts:
We'll look back over the labyrinth and when we're ready, we'll follow its unicursal path back to where we started by the deck.
My Rare One and I intend to enjoy our labyrinth again this coming summer. But sooner or later, My Rare One will heed the Call of the Veggies and turn the labyrinth back into a garden plot again. The soil will be rested and refreshed, just as we have been by the quiet contemplation that the labyrinth so unfailingly provides.
[All photos by Debra She Who Seeks]