The Cayce Riverwalk in South Carolina features 12 miles of paved pathways and wooden boardwalks. It is also part of the Three Rivers Greenway.
If you pay attention, you can spot hand carvings by artist Wade Geddings.
What is wonderful about these pieces is that they were all carved into downed trees or stumps left from downed trees.
So nature was not harmed in creating these whimsical piece for the public to enjoy.
Many of the trees were ones that fell during the historic flooding here in 2015.
There are 11 here but apparently there are 12 total. So we still have some searching to do!
A brilliant use of fallen trees.
This little guy below seems to have experienced some decay but is still adorable. They can end up under water during times of flooding.
Another piece of art along this walk is a wrought lion bench by John and Venetia Sharpe.
I hope you enjoyed this stroll.
Thank you for stopping by! ~Val