Lift your legs, please!
When I saw these two guys in the park, both with the legs raised, I asked them if I could photograph their soles, to make a play on words; and entitle this series: "At the foot of ... the monument to the dead soldiers"! The answer was obviously: Yes, no problem; and the boy asked me if he should take off his socks ... no needed, I replied, the writing on socks is a gem! Ai piedi... del monumento ai caduti di Como! Quando ho visto questi due ragazzi nel verde, entrambi con le gambe sollevate, ho chiesto loro se potevo fotografare le loro piante dei piedi... per fare un gioco di parole ed intitolare questa serie: "Ai piedi... del monumento ai caduti"! La risposta è stata ovviamente: Sì, nessun problema; il ragazzo mi ha chiesto se doveva togliere le calze... ma no, ho risposto, e poi la scritta sui calzini è una chicca!Taken by sirio174 with a Fed 2 loaded with Ilford FP4+ film in Como, Italy. These tags describe this photo: lovely, fun", for, jsut, ragazzi cortesia, caduti, ai, monumento, piantine primavera spring, dei, piante, soles piante, park, the, in, lago, a, giardini, girl legs park como, little, feet, bare, barefoot, piedi nudi, piedini, and piedi. Date: 2013-06-15. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Piedini... in libertà.
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