The Sundial bridge spans the Sacramento River and is simply for pedestrians as part of the Turtle Bay Exploration Park. It is glass decked in order to allow light to the salmon spawning habitat below and designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. It is the world's largest sundial and the only bridge of its kind in the US and quickly becoming a California icon.
I spent a couple of days in Chico which has the largest city park west of the Mississippi (3800 acres). The downtown area has a series of "legacy benches" and this is a picture of the one honoring Raymond Carver:
as it holds to the current.
It is way hot here so today I'm off to the coast to meet another mosaic artist.