Labyrinth

On Saturday I photographed sunset from Land’s End in Golden Gate Park. The Labyrinth is an art installation (that’s the best term I can think of) by Eduardo Aguilera shown here with the Golden Gate behind.

As I watched the sunset I saw people come and walk the labyrinth slowly and reflectively, almost as if it was a religious ritual. Later, on my computer, I walked the labyrinth myself: using the Paintbrush Tool in Photoshop to draw the outlines that put together the layer masks I used to delineate the paths in the maze.

This entry was posted in Landscape, Photography, San Francisco Area.

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