Karen Chaussabel took this photo of the newly installed labyrinth at the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island, WA. She said that the fawn appeared to actually be walking the path:
The labyrinth has enriched my regular visits at the Bloedel in many ways and today my experience was rather unexpected. I saw a fawn walk the labyrinth!!!!! It’s hard to put into words how beautiful and touching that was. I tried to capture this special moment and I am sending you some pictures taken from the terrace. With my gratitude for all that make this a soulful sanctuary for me. – Karen Chaussabel
For more about the Bloedel Reserve as a restorative landscape, see this TLN Blog post by Sally Schauman, FASLA.
For more on labyrinths, visit our dedicated TLN labyrinths page, and see this TLN Blog post, “Labyrinths as healing landscapes.”
Many thanks to Mark Epstein, principal of Hafs-Epstein, for passing the photos along.