The other afternoon, I sat musing on my handiwork and wondering if I really ought to consider changing the flush/right-angle look back to the curved-end pathways I originally planned.
I moved some stones around:
I think I like it much, much better. For one thing, it will open up that mysterious little place in the middle where the curves can’t quite meet. For another, it makes the traversal a smoother experience, even if only psychologically. (Technically, in this world, one actually has more room to maneuver with the extra space in the square corners.)
Okay. I have a guy coming by this afternoon to talk with me about whacking stones. We’ll chat about this.