Is That a Foot Fetish I See In My Photo Library?

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I recently noticed something odd with my pictures, it seems that i developed a little something for...feet!

Credits: saintempire

I recently entered a rumble on Lomography about cross-overs and I ended up as one of the runners-up! I was really happy about it and proudly showd it to a friend. C’mon, it was my first ‘something’ after all. He was happy for me, congratulated me and everything, but he told me that “Yes, gret! But you took a picture of feet!”. At first I was “No, what are you saying? It’s about doubles, not feet!”, but a bit later that day, I decided to put some order in my previous un-tagged pictures and realized something weird. It’s strange how I love pigeons and skyscrapers, and cat, but also…. FEET!

I swear to god I don’t have a foot fetish or anything, but I just think it’s a good subject – visually speaking. It’s also a good way to capture a person. Like the old saying goes “Show me your shoes and I will tell you who you are.” (Okay, maybe I just made that up). Mine, a stranger’s, barefoot, sneakers, boots, in action or not, sandals, high heels, colors, black and white – you name it, I love it! Did I already mention that I don’t have a foot fetish?

Credits: saintempire

What about you? It’s something that I see on a regular basis. Do you also take pictures of feet, or should I start to worry about my visual/mental sanity?

written by saintempire on 2012-05-04 in #lifestyle #shoes #boots #feet #sneakers #foot

5 Comments

  1. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    reminded me of @eva_eva :D

  2. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Me too haha
    www.lomography.com/homes/natalieerachel/walls/71584-foot-fe…

    Lots more photos of feet since I made that wall too!

  3. saintempire
    saintempire ·

    @ natalieerachel, woooow such a nice wall :D

  4. marinoronha
    marinoronha ·

    I like it also. And I have a cuple of feet photos in my home. :)

  5. bubblegirl
    bubblegirl ·

    Yes. You have a foot fetish.
    At least you are not obsessed with seagulls, every time I see one I have to snap a photo - even though they are all out of focus :D Love your feet photos and you are right, it perfectly captures someone's character :D

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