As much as I spend time looking closely at flowers, bugs, and landscapes I sometimes look down at the various surfaces beneath my feet. This moss covered coral stairway is an element of the hand crafted Bonnet House in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
Concrete tiles withstand the storms from the Atlantic Ocean and the many persons passing through to the beach. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
Anglin’s Pier, where my previous post of the Pelican settles upon, is made of wood. Yearly maintanence is a must. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
This sign does slow one’s pace. At Savannah, Georgia’s river front, the historic stone stairway down to the River warrants such advice. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
Sometimes what one walks on is a mystery. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
The age of laid bricks reveals itself in the uneveness, the cracks, the stuff in between, and the colors. There is a real difference walking on newer brick waywalks and those laid a hundred years ago. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
Sometimes brick, concrete and stone all compose a walkway or patio adding to design artistry or confusion. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg
Looking to put a tip into this street muscian’s guitar case I marveled at his creative way to play his tamborine. Looking down can stir the soul as much as any other observations. Copyright 2022 Pamela Breitberg

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