We just got back from a funeral for one of our friends' mom; the closing hymn used was In the Garden, which, as the old joke goes, answers the question of God's name. It's Andy, since it goes "Andy walks with me, Andy talks with me, Andy tells me I am His own."
Anyways, the header for the hymn noted Genesis 3:8 as a reference verse-"they heard the voice of the Lord God, walking in the garden." That's an interesting bit of proof-texting, for that was right after Adam and Eve ate the apple; they head for the bushes when they hear God coming. God's approach was not a comforting thing to them in that case.
What would God have looked like in that setting? We have the standard vision of the distinguished gray-haired gentleman, but all the takes on Jesus, usually more Nordic that a son of the Mediterranean would look like, are in the eyewig queue. The footsteps would be just as intriguing; barefoot, sandals, Air Jordans?
I've never heard this verse dwelt upon from that angle; we're usually fast-forwarding to God's dressing-down of the non-so-dynamic duo and don't stop to ponder what God walking in a garden would look and sound like.