For this week’s Lens-Artists’ Challenge, Ann-Christine’s invited us to consider feet and shoes. Neither my knobbly feet, nor my not-quite-smartly-polished shoes are things I care to show off. But children? That’s a different matter.
Anaïs discovered her feet not so long ago.
And Zoë some time ago knew that boots were a must-have item of clothing.
Though there again, mummy’s shoes are better …
And what trip to the beach would be complete without burying someone in the sand?
When my daughter taught for a year in South Korea, the first thing she and every single pupil did each day was remove outdoor shoes and place them in a rack, in favour of indoor flip-flops.
Let’s finish with two photos featuring adults. Watching the annual Cavalcada de Reis – Procession of the Magi – in Barcelona one year, one spectator discovered a use for his motor cycle helmet to give him extra inches.
And here’s a group of young women watching the annual Tour de Yorkshire go by.
The featured photo is a memory of a day out in Whitstable, when I went with my son and William to explore the beach.