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reitercurse: iterative behavior from a recursive function - no warranty, no guarantee, and the author is absentee.
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+Tony Berno, I agree entirely - however, there is an entire (younger) culture out there that considers recursion be poor form.  I've encountered so much of this mindset in the past five years.  I can only get a recursive function through code review if I pull rank.  I see a lot of the same distaste of OOP systems, too: inheritance is like recursion and only obfuscates code.    It drives me nuts.
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Cephalotus follicularis, the Australian pitcher plant. Ants go in, but don't come out. You, however, can find the exit. 
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This is awesome :)
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Nepenthes jamban, a pitcher plant endemic to Northern Sumatra, shown here in its exceedingly rare maze form. 
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This is a maze based on an image of an orchid currently blooming in one of our greenhouses. The lines are painstakingly drawn by hand with color applied based on a derivation of the original photograph.

If I followed my own algorithm correctly, there should be exactly one path between any two points. Though the selection is really rather arbitrary, two yellow arrows suggest possible start and end points. Feel free to choose any two points for your own maze experience. 
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You need to make some money with this
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Portland Oregon, where every landing is a water landing - applies to take offs, taxiing, and sitting at the gate, too. 
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Well they are living up to the Port in Portland.
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Golden Spindle fungus growing in the cedar duff outside my front door. 
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the teaser for my #pytn2015 keynote address

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it continues
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That's A-Maze-ing! Beautiful too
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Yet another maze. Like the others, hand drawn using a photograph as inspiration. The photo is by +Bill Pusztai of "Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra Maxima', Crown Royal Fritillaria". The entry and exit are denoted by arrows along the bottom edge.
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I could entertain myself hours and hours with this. Resolving this maze looks like it would be quite relaxing :).
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Another work related maze. This one is interesting because it has two official entrances and exits. However, any two points in the maze could be used as the start and end positions.
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Wow.
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there but one path through this maze, but Mozilla has many paths to success. As the whole company gathers for #mozlando, we will talk, debate, and finaly agree on a path. 
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Stunning!
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