Agave and other succulents line walkways along the Palisades Park, Santa Monica, California
Located just west of Downtown Los Angeles, the 3.5 mile Santa Monica beach is an iconic example of the famed beautiful beaches of Southern California.
The beach sign below has cutouts for the umbrella and the birds so that the colors change depending upon the shade of the sky in the background.
A monochrome image of the shadows of a walkway bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota
An inviting walkway to view the sunset at Bonita Springs, Florida
A walkway, ramp, and gazebo combine to create a sunset composition in Estero, Florida
Huntington State Beach Park at Murrells Inlet on the coast of South Carolina with its Atlantic beach and wetlands inhabited by sea turtles, alligators and rich birdlife. A far-reaching walkway into the marsh allows observation of the wildlife.
A walkway and path lead to Pier 14. Located on the north end of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Pier 14 is a great spot for those looking to get a different view of the ocean after a walk down the Boardwalk.
A variety of materials used to decorate this old warehouse add charm to its architecture. Shadows of the wooden walkway create an illusion of going down.
Spotted an elegant walkway over the water with art on its walls in the river district of Richmond, Virginia
The symmetry of arches and pillars of this walkway combined with shadows and light make up an interesting image