Labyrinths and sand dragons

Back to the beach, rock pools, caves and gentle waves

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the baby spuddled amongst the masses of black seaweed, E and my daughter went for a swim and R and I  made a labyrinth

000When looking for a link to a ‘how to draw a labyrinth’ site for those of you who would like to have a go I came across this site of ‘Peaceful Endeavours’ for children.

I love the way children always run around labyrinths, and R then spent ages making more paths and trails with his spade……

Since about 1989 I have been drawing or creating labyrinths, mandalas and spirals all over the place and walking other labyrinths whenever I can3.carob.la.sera

this is one made out of carob pods in the garden of La Serrania, a retreat centre I went to in Majorca some years ago. I went on a walking holiday, but after half a day walking up a mountain and the second half walking down, my right knee gave way, so for the rest of the week whilst the others went walking, I had a delicious time drawing, sewing, chatting to the gardener and creating carob pod labyrinths

7.c+treewhich smelt of chocolate as you walked them

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and stone spirals

inner smilethe gardener had placed this stone on the tree stump and painted a face on it, I did the spirals of stones so that one could walk in to greet your own inner smile!00mandala

and then a mandala of carob and olives on the terrace just outside my room.

Back on Solva beach another sand dragon was made,

000abut the tide was coming in so we had to leave her and walked back along the beach creating stories about the sand dragon swimming off to America when the tide came in and all the adventures she would have along the way……..

 

 

 

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2 responses to “Labyrinths and sand dragons

  1. It was absolutely delicious Jackie! Baking in the hot sun, the chocolate scent was quite heady.
    Your comment sparked thoughts of making other scented labyrinths – maybe a lavender strewn labyrinth – I’ve just pruned mine, not sure there’s enough lavender though! Will have to take more cuttings and see what I can do for next year.

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  2. Very nice! I especially like the thought of walking through carob pod labyrinths that smell of chocolate ❤

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