Shadow Shot Sunday: Footprints


Footprints pressed in mud—
shall I follow where they lead
or forge my own path?

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on January 23, 2010, in my digital photos, my senryu, Shadow Shot Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.

  1. A wonderful footprints on the sand.

    Happy SS…

  2. shadowy footprints in the sand! I love it!

  3. Great shadow shot! Love the crisp impression in the sand! Have a great day!


  4. wonderful shadow shot this week. love it!!!

  5. The wet sand is wonderful for making tracks – to or from the sea. Each footprint leaves slight mounds on the periphery, making slight but well defines shadows…

  6. What a great shadow/photo/ and haiku!

  7. Take the road less traveled…that’s my path!

  8. Great image, I like the balance

  9. Don’t we always want to see if our feet at least fit into the prints, even if we make our own new ones?! Nice shot.

  10. wonderful angle in this shot…

  11. Great shot…now just don’t let those shoes in the house.
    Happy SSS to you.

  12. Excellent shot! I love it!

  13. One small step for man … are you sure you weren’t on the moon?

  14. That’s a very cool shadow shot!

  15. I say, follow the footprints till you figure out where they lead…then decide. 🙂

  16. Lovely ridged shadows! Different!

  17. Those are large, imposing footsteps. Maybe you’d better forge your own path. 😉

  18. Follow to look for
    The walker of sandy shore
    To say wait for me.

  19. Wonderful shot. Important question.


  20. The seeker’s question:
    Which road? Is Sweet Repose on
    The road less traveled?


  21. Great shot! Makes me want to go somewhere, not sure where. Anywhere, probably.

  22. lovely question in your ‘ku
    … wondering who owns that shoe?
    Hugs and blessings,

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