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Abandoned footwear, Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, Southern California

Cinderella slipped out of her slippers.

~~ ~~ ~~

sand dune mystery—
someone loses one slipper
but not the other

Text and photo © 2015 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on October 17, 2015, in California, Carpe Diem, Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Six-Word Saturday, Southern California and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.

  1. Aye yay yay! love this image, a sense of abandonment…bliss:)

  2. I love the photo and the caption is way cool!

  3. Hang on a minute- they look familiar 🙂

  4. Then we all have to go home to our wicked in-laws and await rescue by the prince (or princess).

  5. Oh dear! It always makes me wonder how it could be left behind!

  6. Sand is potential glass, so it’s a potential glass slipper..

  7. Of course, only Cinderella could fit into this glass (not ruby) sandal, and of course, neither ugly stepsister could get their feet inside…hopefully the horse-drawn coach didn’t turn into a pumpkin pulled by mice at midnight…

  8. Cool shot! btw, Cindy has a huge foot.

  9. oh it’s what we call a jandal here in NZ 🙂

  10. Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio

    Perhaps they are both lost, but separated?

  11. great flip flop haiku!

  12. It does make me wonder how you cold lose one and not the other. ;))

  13. Cinderella arrives again ~ lovely photo and creative haiku ~

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

  14. Oh that Cinderalla. How many slippers has she lost?

  15. Did they have a spare pair? That question will never be answered.

  16. Oh lonely slipper, where is your partner?

  17. We see single shoes frequently. Yet to figure out how it happens. Falling out of a back pack, thrown from a window, it is a real question.

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