Had this trend been around in his day, Jack Kerouac might have gotten into photowalking: the act of walking with a camera, in order to take pictures of things you may find interesting along the way. As one might expect, Photowalking.org is the home base for photowalkers—organizers, participants, and fans of the art form. It’s complete with a forum and FAQ for newbies, and its homepage lists upcoming and past photowalks, along with photos. Photowalkers are typically based in the scenic West Coast; the organizers are consistently updating the site with upcoming walks, ranging from the Portland Bridge to Venice Beach. But who knows how far this trend will spread? There’s something beautiful in the scenes you’ll find at Photowalking.org. They might inspire you to participate, or at least grab your camera next time you take a walk, to stay open to the possibility of beauty wherever you look.