Not only thumb prints are telling one’s identity, but  foot prints as well.




Prints from two different feet.
One Word Sunday: Under Foot, Randomosity: the Good)





A  texture of this mountain in Zion Nat. park,  Utah is identifying ….  AMAZING, eh?
A new round of ABC at a new url:)
Random: the R, Tue Texture, Wed. ABC





Every flower beautifully and individually shaped!
(floral Bliss, Floral Friday Foto)



Fri Hunt: Begin with: balanced and Bold
Unbalanced: below
Door (image below)

The European weights my grand kids like to play with, are coming from a flea market from Athens. Begining with Balanced and bold, but it becomes unbalanced when the weights are used:) (For Fri Hunt)







Who knew I would find a red door in the town I once lived! In Holland it’s pretty common for the owners to live above their business. Here in the USA that would interfere with laws of residential and business zoning – at least in the big cities.
Thurs. Doors

One common remark from visitors is that Holland looks so green:)
Less work, since hubs is right now in the throws of taking the weed eater through our 1 1/2 acres for the requirement of fire insurance ! (a mower won’t work, because of the rocky soil)
Sun Trees, Fri Greens






The birds love the beach with the water and sand apparently too
Maktro Tex- Water, Weekend Reflection, Sat. Critters






Clouds like birds fly hurriedly towards me  before dark sets in
(Sky Watch)





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42 thoughts on “FOOT PRINTS

  1. Footprints in the sand can be so dramatic, nice shot. The gulls look they’re having a time of it. Was just thinking how the gulls that hang out in the shopping centers found their way there from the water.


  2. Wonderful collection! very interesting footprints and texture of the mountain; and so lovely view of the seagulls and sea waves at the rocky shore…
    A pleasant day and weekend!


  3. I love the beach photograph, Jesh, and that red door. I think it’s a great idea to live above your shop/workplace. No commuting in heavy traffic is a big advantage. Our family lived above our shop when I was a child. A lot of people still do that in Ireland today.


  4. When I was growing up in NJ my great grandparents lived above the hardware store that they owned. Actually, in the town I’m from there are still some apartments above the stores in town.

    I guess that mountain is mostly rock? I’ve never seen anything like that before.

    To weed wack 1 1/2 acres can’t be an easy job!


  5. I really like those weights. That was a great find in Athens. It got me thinking about the beauty of objects that were used in the past (and even years ago). Technology cannot replace the aesthetics of those.


  6. Lovely images. Loving the seagulls on the sea shore.
    I’m not surprised your grandchildren love playing with the weights. I too used to have great fun at primary school with similar scales many moons ago!
    Have a great weekend.


  7. Hello, love the footprints in the sand. Beautiful flowers and a pretty red door. I always enjoy watching the gulls on the beach and the pretty sky. Great collection of photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.


  8. Beautiful shots – I love the footprints in the sand and the seagulls. I also think that branch of pink flowers is stunning!


  9. Great series of images. The footprint shot is quite unique! Love the scales. Pretty birds. Thanks so much for joining in Friday’s Hunt. Hope you have a great rest of the week!


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