>Photographs by ME for a change!

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In July this year I took my wyfe Rachel to the sea, we headed for Bridlington and had a magical day. Beaches are a total magnet for those odd abandoned shoes. I often wonder why. I mean, it’s obvious that people take off footwear to go swimming, paddling and running in the sand, but do they then walk home with nothing on their feet and not notice?!
This was the sea wall, look closely…

Did you spot the super pair of branded trainers, left behind on a sunny day

Bridlington ~ 21st July 2010.

Continuing the theme of beaches, this veritable ‘abandoned shoes’ goldmine was discovered on the footpath entrance to our very favourite beach in Devon; somewhere truly wonderful we go as a family every year. One day it was just the shoes, the following day someone had painted the superb ‘lost soles’ rock to look after them! Fantastic!
Welcombe Mouth, Devon ~ 16th August 2010.


That’s all for tonight folks. Enjoy, and send me your abandoned shoe pictures!

~doffs cap~
DK
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About DK Green (aka DKLeather)

- 51 year old parent, grandparent & unbelievably great grandparent! - Holistic psychotherapist & counsellor, supervisor, life coach, guide, hypnotherapist, shamanic practitioner, mentor, meditator, motorcycle and horse rider, celebrant and tarot reader. - Happily living a very diverse life filled with family, friends, loves, laughter and so much more. - Polyamorous. Passionate. Trans. Leather.
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1 Response to >Photographs by ME for a change!

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