At A Glance: Walkways

gravel-walk.jpggravel walk

walkway along the drivewalk parallel to the drive

stone-walk.jpgstone walkwaystone and gravelgravel and stone

stone slabslimestone slabs

wood-walkway.jpgwood walk

brick-walk.jpgold brick walk

concrete-aggregate-walk.jpgconcrete aggregate walk

walkway and terracegravel walk and terrace combination

stone-walk-and-stairs.jpgblue stone and limestone

gravel-walk.jpggravel walk

stone on the diagonalstone on the diagonal

cobble walkwaycobblestone walk

stone-walk.jpgstone walkway

cobble-walk.jpgrandom flag walk

bluestone-and-granite-walk.jpgblue stone and granite setts

grass walkwaygrass walk

 

Comments

  1. I don’t know how I stumbled across your blog, but wow! I love all the varieties of walkways and
    I also have to say the windowboxes in that top photo are STUNNING.

  2. Ruth Ross says:

    I love gravel! Recently had my crumbling asphalt driveway replaced with beautiful, crunchy gravel. Only drawback is weeds. We don’t use herbicides, so there’s a lotta pulling by hand. Thanx for the pix.

  3. erin bailey says:

    Really lovely fit-to-site walkways. As usual you have given your readers pictures that speak many thousands of words about art principles in landscaping. Love your work!

  4. Lovely walking with you. I did notice there were no brick pavers. Is there a reason for that?

  5. janet aronoff says:

    Deborah,this is so interesting so many different materials adapted beautifully to the sites.It’s like a course in walkways! Janet

  6. Thanks I needed that … a pleasure to walk thru

  7. What kind of gravel is used on the walkways in the pictures above?

    • Deborah Silver says:

      Jane, there are several different kinds. Each quarry has their own special gravel, whether it be crushed stone or crushed granite. Best, Deborah

  8. All are appealing in their own way. As I get older and my balance lets me know that every now and then, safe walkability becomes more and more important. I am in awe of the robustness of the hostas along the concrete aggregate walk..that’s your payoff for those cold winters.

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