Mazes

The Crystal Palace

The Crystal Palace was a huge iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 (photo tour). After the exhibition the building was moved to Upper Norwood where it stood from 1854 until…

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Thursday, 24th August 2006

Fungi the Dolphin

This is a crop maze in Dingle, Ireland which celebrates the local hero, Fungi the Dolphin (it’s supposed to be a picture of a dolphin, and the text reads “Fungi 20 years in Dingle”). Apparently, Fungi is a bottlenose dolphin…

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Wednesday, 26th April 2006

Canadian Farm Maze

Another great farm maze here, this one is west of Toronto in Canada. I’ve rotated the image in thumbnail so you can make it out. It shows a farm, with barn and silo and wee tractor pulling a trailer at…

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Tuesday, 4th April 2006

The Milton Maize Maze

This is the “Milton Maize Maze” just north of Cambridge in England. The maze is created differently every year in a field of maize and visitors can pay entry to attempt to navigate it. From the photos on their website…

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2006

Heartland Country Corn Maze

The 2002 design of the Heartland Country Corn Maze near Harrisburg was a coyote howling at the moon (with the letters USA in the lower right corner). This year they drew a 6.6 acre triceratops. Thanks: David Thornton

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Tuesday, 25th October 2005

Great World Maze

Although upside-down this is the huge great world maze, located north of Seattle between the towns of Marysville and Everett. Thanks: William Eckley

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Monday, 10th October 2005
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