Suitably to the preceding post I have been pushed to another type of quadratic labyrinth.
This week I received (as a TLS member) the third edition of Labyrinth Pathways. At the back the graphic of this labyrinth was illustrated. I suppose that Jeff Saward has designed it.
It accentuates the middle. The first path also lies on the middle axis as does the last path into the centre. This is possible by a blank (or enclosed) piece in the ways. The four points of inflexion (= the ends of the boundary lines) form no internal square. Both upper ones are located in the diagonals of the whole square.
Though the well-known basic pattern is totally shifted, however, the labyrinth has 7 circuits and the typical path sequence of the classical labyrinth.
The labyrinth offers many possibilities. Hence, it is amazing and fascinating time and again.