Thought For Today : Isn't all of life just one constant learning-process? Hold this thought for a few ticks of the clock.
Two of our closest friends, Tom and his wife Ginny, live in Laughlin, Nevada, down where the sun shines and the temperatures range from hot to hotter to hottest !
Tom walks a lot. Then he walks some more. I think Tom tries to average somewhere in the range of five (5) miles each day. And, from time to time, his daily walks include a visit to the Labrinth.
The other day, in a Post on dot.net, I showed Michigan State Tom, standing beside a decorative stack of carefully placed rocks, in the Laughlin, Nevada, Labrinth.
Below are several links that show the Laughlin, Nevada, Labrinth. I hope you will look them over.
Begin with these words : The Laughlin Labyrinths were created by Wes Dufek. Wes states that these are to help with life's journey to find your peaceful center and reenergize your soul.
Today, Tom's wife Ginny, sent me some photos that she had snapped of the Labrinth.
Back to the above Thought For Today: Life is a never ending learning-process.
I am used to receiving photos on my smartphone as individual photos. I know how to then get individual photos from my smartphone to my email, download them, and use them in Posts such as this one.
Below is what Ginny texted me: Eight (8) photos in a photo collage (a piece of art created by combining photos).
And? For the very life of me, I couldn't figure out how to separate the photos in the above photo collage into individual photos to Post one at a time in a certain order.
So I texted Ginny about my quandry and Ginny, being the Information Technology expert that I feel she is, and she texted me back the above eight photos as individual photos.
So I could pick the below photo to begin showing you her photos of the Laughlin Labrinth.
An overview of a part of the Labrinth.
Ginny I have no idea whatsoever as to how you got the below 'aerial' view!
A close up view of one Labrinth. This photo I could shoot.
On we go. Yes that is Tom.
Wow Ginny! Thanks so very VERY much for your photos and for bringing the Laughlin, Nevada, Labrinth to life for those who see this Post.