Wednesday Image Search – Walk

Welcome to another Wednesday Image Search where I pick a string of letters or a word and share some of the images I find in an image search of the blog.

Last week I searched for ‘roll’ so I thought of a word to go with it for this week. Maybe something about movement.

Tonight my word is ‘walk’.

What images will I find?

Kingbridge Centre, Toronto, Training Center, WinterFirst we have a walking tunnel at the Kingsbridge Centre just north of Toronto, Canada. It was nice to have a place where I could get some exercise while able to get the feeling I was outside. Of course, without the cold winter weather.

Sidewalk Chalk, crayola, colorful chalkNext is sidewalk chalk that I took as a gift to a little friend during one of my trips.

Walkway to Backyard, mendocino pavers, concrete paversHere is a sidewalk down the side of my house. I had been working on expanding it, but the work has stalled out for more than five years. I need to get back to this task.

Push to Walk, Short Person, High Button, Horse Trail Walk Button, Livermore CaliforniaI really like this picture. I titled it Push to Walk. Do you know why this button is so high up?

Jena, Germany - Walk in the Woods - Winter Walk - Snow Covered Trail - Hiking - WanderwegAfter a hot day like today, this walk in the woods in wintertime helps me feel cooler.

These images show that ‘walk’ can be used as a noun or a verb.

Which is your favorite ‘walk’ picture?

What should I search for next? I will figure it out by next week 🙂


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