Instead of explaining verbless structure, which other posts have done a great job, I shall present you with a longer example. But notice that, it's all depending on how you define 'verb' . If you say all predicate must center a verb, all sentences except for the shortest ones, contain at least a verb.
I think descriptive sentences are quite easy to keep clear from nomal 'verbs'. So I recall one of my compositions about the scenery of my high school campus and its surroundings, and one paragraph of it doesn't include a single 'normal verb' as predicate:
（漫步、骑行 are subjects as nouns，取荫游胜、健体强身 are predicatives as adjectives. Hahhahhh）
The following excerpt indeed uses verbs as predicates, but for the sake of consistency I put it here to form an undivided paragraph.