Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Feet and Shoes

“All walking is discovery. On foot we take the time to see things whole.”
~ Hal Borland

“Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.”
~ Henry David Thoreau

“And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair”
~ Khalil Gibran

“Because the human history is the history of shoes.
The history of places where we ever tread and stand.”
~ Stebby Julionatan

First shoes barely get any wear. I love them for their innocence, their precious smallness, and all the potential of a journey in miniature, striving for growth.

Worn shoes have history. I love them for the stories they could tell, for the job well done, for the weariness and wisdom of travel.

I love this theme for its direct simplicity. Photos of feet and shoes are individual and unique. They tell a personal story, but they are usually whimsical and shy while doing it. Isn’t it the somewhat awkward person who looks at their feet while talking? So now you’ve seen my feet and my shoe photo collection. Now I put my feet up and take a load off.

Thank you to Ann-Christine for this delightful challenge! Please visit her post to see some really elegant and unusual shoes from Sweden plus some adorable pudgy toes.

14 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Feet and Shoes

  1. Terrific post Priscilla. Loved the little baby shoes and the truly odd shoes with individual toes. I tried on a pair of those once, and hated them!! Have you actually worn them?

  2. As always a thoughtful and beautiful post, Priscilla! Loved the baby shoes. I have tried shoes like the first ones, but could not love them. But they are surely loved by some people!

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