For millennia, we’ve walked, as hunter-gatherers and nomads, leaving only footprints and well-worn paths behind. Animals make paths too, while seeking shelter, food or during migration. Today, we see paths everywhere, in the countryside and coastal areas but also in the most urban environments in the form of sidewalks and alleyways. Common footpaths as they are called in the UK are guarded as national treasures. Paths have a long symbolism in art and literature. We question where the path will lead or whether we've found the right one. Regardless of whether you show a tranquil path, a fork in the road or a twisted path through a forest, paths leave a lasting impression.