Labyrinth & Maze
Robynne Kilborne Blake
"The Goddess Labyrinth" The labyrinth is an ancient, powerful tool for meditation, contemplation and ritual. The elaborate, yet simplistic design of this image honors the creative spirit of the Divine Feminine and her Sacred Serpent. The serpent is a reclaimed symbol of fertility, regeneration, and the powerful energies, or ley lines, of the earth. By tracing or walking this special labyrinth, one may receive Her wisdom and guidance, be inspired to create wildly and celebrate the Goddess within
The most ephemeral of all labyrinths. "Chris Parsons, who refers to himself as a ‘groundsman’, is a master of dew painting, an art form inspired by crop circles and lawn maintenance. Vanishing by lunchtime, the geometrical shapes need close-cut lawns, sunlight, and a set of brushes. Parsons, a 32-year-old Brit from Shrewsbury, Shropshire, developed dew painting after leaving Bradford University and working briefly maintaining bowling greens"