Perhaps one of your witchy cauldron stirring ancestors....I do hope she magic-ed herself to somewhere lovely, with lots of excellent plants and flowers.
these shoes conjure up magical images of transportation to another time and place where yellow brick roads and talking animals live.
Your photo might be better than the actual shoes, themselves (might!). That is such a neat (and thought-conjuring) image.
i'm in a magical place right nowhidden in a fragrant garden in the Lud Valleynear Nelsonclass begins todaysewing circlehand reconstruction of tatt into skirts...a tough life [she says, grinning from ear to ear]but heysomeone has to do it!:)
who lost her shoes? not i said the fairy, with a twinkle in her eye.
strange how she seems to have lost the left one before the right...k.
When I was a child I didn't understand it when I saw an abandoned shoe in the street, hopw could this happen, I have been puzzeled for years, Magic I guess, your picture reminded me of this.I love the colours here, compost shoes....
This image made me smile! I have a photo project which l have been creating for the last two years or so..."Lost and Found". It is all about abandonned foot wear! You find them in the stangest of places. I am creating a book about them. xxagain..this is an amazing image. lynda
looks deliberate,like she stepped into another world.
Beautiful, but these ridges do not further enrich the quality of its tone and enhances its beauty These shoes breathe poetry. Greetings.