Australasian Swamphen feet

Elephant front foot.

Two and a half times the circumference

of an elephant’s foot is equal to its

ground to shoulder measurement.

Elephant rear foot

Cheetah foot


Bare feet


Foot in sneakers

Beach feet


Dry feet in wet weather


Harpist’s feet.

I’m told these shoes represent either drug deals,

or places where drugs can be procured.

Sleeping Beauty shoes


Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:...Feet-and-Shoes

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:...Feet-and-Shoes

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…Feet-and-Shoes

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...Feet-and-Shoes


13 thoughts on “Lens-ArtistPC-161-Feet-Shoes

  1. Hi Woolly, Great post about feet. Your captions almost sound like a poem. One foot, Two feet, Red foot, Blue foot. … Great captures. I have never seen the bottom of an elephant foot up close like that. WOW! Thanks for sharing. 🙂


  2. What a great, varied collection, Woolly! I love the sparkly shoes and the cheetah’s feet. I never knew what those sneakers on the telephone wire really meant. It used to be a celebration for the end of school!!


  3. Great variety, Woolly! And the drug shoes I have heard of too – don’t know if there is any truth in it! Love your animal feet – I had never seen a cheetah foot before!


  4. Wow Woolly, have you considered you may have a foot fetish?!! Terrific examples – and interesting info re the elephants’ feet – the question is, who measured?! Loved your last two examples. Always wondered about the shoes you see overhead – wonder if that’s really true?


    • Hadn’t thought of fetishes, Tina 😊. I think anyone could have measured that elephant…I planted my size 13 sneaker on its ear and he did not move. Regarding overhead shoes I have no idea of the veracity of the statement either.

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