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Pebble Pathways
"Nobody trips over mountains. It is the small pebble that causes you to stumble. Pass all the pebbles in your path and you will find you have crossed the mountain." Unknown.


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A pebble and stone path with gaps increases permeability. By Jeff Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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Pebble path in the UK, image by Hermes.goldenagegardens.blogspot.com



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Pebble Mosaic in Cordoba, Spain, image by Katie Bertsche.www.flickr.com



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Pebble Mosaic in Cordoba, Spain, image by Katie Bertsche. www.flickr.com



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Pebble mosaic by Maggy Howarth. maggyhowarth.co.uk



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Pebble path by Anne Ziemienski, Glen Ellen, Calif. www.ziemienski.com



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Mosaic Pebble Path created by Olicana within a garden designed by Earthworks Garden Design. olicanamosaics.co.uk



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Rattlesnake Path in Oregon by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.blogspot.com



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Pebble Mosaic pathway by Anne Roberts of Toronto firm Feir Mill. www.avocadocommunications.com



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Pebble mosaic at The Generalife, Granada, Spain. Image by Jeff Bale. jeffreygardens.blogspot.com



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Pebble walk by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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A pebble path in Taiwan. Image by infinitebistro. www.flickr.com




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Pebble and slate walk by Johnny Clasper at the Harrogate Flower Show, 2012. www.johnnyclasper.co.uk



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Pebble and slate path by Meta Mosaics. www.metamosaics.com



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Pebble path in Oaxaca. Image by Snakehair. www.flickr.com



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Puerta de los Cuartos de Granada, Spain. Photo by Jeff Bale. jeffreygardens.blogspot.com



pebble mosaic

Pebble mosaic by Ian Byers. ianbyersmosaics.com



pebble mosaic

Pebble mosaic by Ian Byers. ianbyersmosaics.com



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Pebble path by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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Pebble path by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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Pebble path by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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Pebble and stone stairs by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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Pebble mosaic by Jeffrey Bale. jeffreygardens.com



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Pebble Mosaic Path by Jeffrey Bale.
The mythical creature Ouroboros -- a snake or dragon that represents the cyclical nature of seasons in many cultures -- winds its way around a 12-foot ring. jeffreygardens.com



See Also

Pebble Mosaics Underfoot and

Pebble Mosaics II


 



 
 

 

 

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Rick
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stone paths
Reply #9 on : Fri March 06, 2015, 13:24:59
fantastic inspiration. needs a followup how-to and sources for all the pebble types and colors. Thanks!
Harold Wills
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complement
Reply #8 on : Wed August 27, 2014, 09:29:15
am inspired, thank you so much....and a result will follow.
Harold.
Mark Fowler
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your site
Reply #7 on : Mon May 06, 2013, 15:21:34
superb site , thought provoking and inspirational!
Shari Hrabec
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your site !!!!
Reply #6 on : Tue January 22, 2013, 22:04:33
This entire place is the most wonderful, interesting, thought provoking, 'green' place I have ever been to. I love it and want to promote it to everyone!!!!! Thank you so much!
The Face
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in awe
Reply #5 on : Sun October 07, 2012, 19:30:37
OMG
K
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to Roderick
Reply #4 on : Fri August 24, 2012, 20:47:12
No weeding cause those little stones need to be set into some type of mortar!
roderick wolfson
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pebble paths and weeds
Reply #3 on : Thu August 23, 2012, 21:15:12
While the pebble paths are gorgeous, some look like they require constant weeding to maintain those looks. True?
Ian Byers
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Mosaics
Reply #2 on : Mon July 02, 2012, 08:46:05
Thanks for putting those works on this site. I'm elated!
Wendy
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Pebble and slate walk by Dry Stone Wall Association
Reply #1 on : Wed June 13, 2012, 12:30:53
This walkway was done by Johnny Clasper for the 2012 Harrogate Flower Show. See http://www.johnnyclasper.co.uk/flower_show.html
 
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