The above path is one of my favorites.
It reuses cast off stone in an unusual pattern
and it is not clear where the path leads (oh the mystery);
and it was designed and built by kids in Seattle, Washington.
(Please note that this is a re-working of the post:
Garden Paths from 2/9/10.)
Another meandering path in an oriental style at the Tucson Botanical Gardens.
Cobble makes a great pathway in New Mexico.
This Pennsylvania blue stone path leads to a limestone step
which leads to a pebble surface set in a limestone outcropping
at the Glen Burnie Gardens in Winchester, Virginia.
Above is a detail of the pebble surface.
For more on these beautiful gardens see my post:
And for more on pebble paths see Building a Pebble Mosaic Stepping Stone
in the blog Jeffrey Bales World of Gardens.
He is truly a master of pebbles.
The above photo is also at Glen Burnie Gardens
and shows more of the Pennsylvania blue stone.
I believe the above photo is actually a wall at the Paquime ruins in northern Mexico,
but I like it so much I thought it would make a great path surface.
For more on Paquime see my post:
This nice combination of textures is in Patzcuaro, Michoacan.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a stream along your cobblestone garden path
such as above at Parque Eduardo Ruiz in Uruapan, Michoacan.
For more see my post:
The above plant lined gravel path is at
This limestone path was built by the CCC
at Lake Leatherwood Park in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
This front walk that I made is brick,
surrounding Indiana limestone pieces.
This beautiful path through the woods is at
Molly Stark State Park in Vermont.