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Talking Shoes
18-MAY-2007

Talking Shoes

Reception Night



Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel
1/8s f/7.1 at 17.0mm iso800 full exif

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JW31-Aug-2008 17:20
Interesting!
j>a>e>17 :):):)24-May-2007 06:59
such happy souls here :):):)
Barbara Heide24-May-2007 05:45
interesting conversation...
Char24-May-2007 02:43
Hi Dan,
An interesting shot. You know you can tell more about a person by the shoes they where and how they walk then any other aspect about them. I did a study on it once by sitting in a mall and watching people walk past for a few hours. I would try not to look at their faces but would think about how they would look (expressions not what they looked like)I was pretty right on most of the time. LOL Just a notebook, no camera.
David Barrett23-May-2007 23:13
Nice shot Dan,did you find those pointed black ones pinch your toes?!!
laine8223-May-2007 21:50
Note...the comfortable ones are MEN'S !!!
Jen Bixler23-May-2007 17:39
The shadows are ghostly!
Cool circle foot shot...someone has a foot fetish! ;o)
Dr. Michael G. Mathews23-May-2007 14:03
Great shot. Love the PoV
J. Scott Coile23-May-2007 13:58
I'm humming the My Three Sons song ;-)
Ed Goodnight23-May-2007 13:18
Excellent composition
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Antonio Ruggiero23-May-2007 12:22
Very good .....Bravo.....V
emmii!!!!!23-May-2007 11:16
i think i know which one is you! :-)
Cindi Smith23-May-2007 11:10
I'm going to start calling you foot doctor!
Maaike Huizer23-May-2007 06:49
Very fine image.
audra baecker23-May-2007 06:14
What are they talking about?
Paco López23-May-2007 05:47
Very good compo!!! v!
LeeG23-May-2007 05:42
Impromptu Hokey Pokey?
Love the pointed sleds!
Robin Reid23-May-2007 04:29
You probably ought to become a group leader!
Linda Willets23-May-2007 04:29
probably complaining about some heel...
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