photo taken by Denton Harryman and shared on Flickr as creative commons (CC0)

Today’s photo showing one of the longest driveways on Seabrook Island. The palm trees add a nice touch. Notice the seashells in the driveway.

A little research finds the following: “From an eco perspective, these are the best,” says Sheridan Foster, founder of Elemental Green, a green home-building and renovation resource. “There are no toxins in the shells. They are made of a renewable resource that is a waste product from the food industry.

Following is an article on the subject about The pros and cons of 6 driveway materials. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption A driveway found on Seabrook Island in South Carolina.