as geocachers we know: very often we search around "zero" and rarely get to the object directly. we turn around in circles.
now there is a coin to illustrate that behaviour. very
simple and plain, but still quite amazing. there are two labyrinths, and
they join together by a hole in the center.
the front side is plain metal colour (except writing on the top: black), the labyrinth outlines are raised.
the labyrinth channel on the back is recessed and filled
with a colour (red, blue glow-in-the-dark (plus epoxy), white-yellow
glow-in-the-dark (plus epoxy), matte black, respectively).
labyrinths are different from mazes
– you cannot go wrong with labyrinths (it is just the longest possible
way). the coin’s name is also written in the original language of the
word, greek: lab´yrinthos.
more about the amzing world of labyrinths on labyrinthos.net (many nice pictures).