Tag Archives: Toes

Hawker – Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

23 Jul

A hawker selling food on the backstreets. This is still a common sight in Penang. They are largely “extinct” in most other cities and urban towns in Malaysia where they operate in hawker centres and markets. Penang is considered a hawker food heaven among the Malaysian Chinese population and deservedly so.

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feet,toes,people,photograph,Hawker, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

Good one! :)

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Nailed it! – Long Beach, Washington

23 Jul

My best friend Jasmine and I have been trying to do this dang picture for years now. For some reason it took us up until this year to nail it. At least, I think we nailed it. The ocean in the background was the cherry on top, in my opinion. I think the hardest part of doing this is the fact that we always try when nobody else is around, therefor we have to use a self timer. That in itself is extremely difficult to time correctly!

nanna

Great shot! :)

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Kakasana – Antalya, Turkey

22 Jul

yoga,feet,toes,hands,crow,Kakasana, Antalya, Turkey

Great shot!

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Pavilion Dance Residency – Bournemouth, England

22 Jul

We had a really wonderful first week of R&D for Distance Duet at Pavilion Dance.  We are using the text messages of real couples to develop the work.  In Bournemouth we looked closely at the messages for clues about the personalities of the senders and researched ways of representing aspects of personality physically.  We also tried different ways of incorporating sending texts to audience members during our showing at the end of the week.  We’re excited to continue the project at Dance City next week.

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Looks like an awesome project! :)

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Halcyon No.1 – Trudy Good

22 Jul

drawing by Trudy Good

Beautiful! :)

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And Trudy Good’s Website!

Celebrity Summit Toes – Bermuda

21 Jul

Here’s a photo of a fellow passenger on the Celebrity Summit cruise my wife and I took to Bermuda this May.

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Nice shot! :)

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The Thinker – Windsor, Connecticut

21 Jul

Here is one of my daughter planning her next move! :)

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Fantastic shot! :)

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Spaciousness – Vancouver, Canada

21 Jul

Spaciousness

dreaming last night

we were at the playground

children jumping, laughing

~

listening to life, to love

drawing the biggest spiral

the biggest smile

on my face

feet,toes,drawing,circles,concentric,Spaciousness,Vancouver, Canada

Awesome post! :)

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Guitar Toes – McKinleyville, California

20 Jul

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Good shot! :)

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El Matador Beach, Malibu, California

20 Jul

There is a magic about the sea. People are drawn to it. People want to love by it, swim in it, play in it, look at it. It is a living thing that is as unpredictable as a great stage actor. – Cecelia Ahern

woman,feet,toes,rock,dog,El Matador Beach, Malibu, California

Great shot! :)

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Street Art by Daan Botlek – Rotterdam, Netherlands

20 Jul

Rotterdam based street artist and illustrator Daan Botlek is known for his minimalist form of character-driven street art. His ghostly white figures painted on old building walls, are depicted to execute daring escapes interacting  with the space around them or  passing in and out of unseen dimensions.

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Excellent work! :)

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Reading On The Beach – Ostia, Italy

19 Jul

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Nice shot! :)

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Spirit Calls – Mumbai, India

19 Jul

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Good work! :)

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Barefoot Lawn Bowling – Sydney, Australia

18 Jul

Think of lawn bowls, and you will probably imagine elderly men and women in white, competing in sombre silence. But in Australia the game is being taken over by the young and the hip – who want to have fun and walk barefoot on the grass.

They are tanned, they are twenty-something and they are drinking beer, with the vast South Pacific Ocean stretching off into the distance.

This is the scene at Clovelly Bowling Club in Sydney, one of 2,000 bowling clubs in the country where the game is undergoing a youthful transformation.

There are no dress codes, no rigid regulations and no shoes – think swimming trunks rather than starched whites.

Barefoot bowls, as players lovingly call the new game, has been growing for more than a decade, possibly driven by two Australian pop culture phenomena – a low-budget comedy film called Crackerjack released in 2002, and a Melbourne-based TV show called the Secret Life of Us which aired from 2001 – 2005.

Both featured young people playing lawn bowls, albeit somewhat ironically, and that – says Tony Sherwill of Bowls Australia – started changing the image of the sport.

“For a lot of people the stereotype was that bowls was played by retirees and it was stiff, but those two shows busted the stereotypes that people had,” he says.

Mick Malloy who wrote, produced and starred as the title character Jack in Crackerjack, says he’s glad the film seems to have had this unintended effect.

“Even though there’s a bowls club in pretty much every town I think young people kind of just walked past them and felt it was ‘secret old people’s business’,” he says.

“Hopefully the film showed that bowls clubs by and large are very welcoming, and fun places to be – a game of bowls is basically a front for a social occasion. And, as Jack says [in the film], the drinks are at 1970s prices. That probably helped.”The new clientele has helped breathe new life into a sport that was in decline.

Bruce Hockey, 61, a competitive bowler at the Clovelly Bowling club, says it was close to closing a few years ago, but the influx of new players turned things around.

“At one stage it was going pretty bad, but the new bare footers, that’s why the club is doing so well. We get 200 bare footers every weekend and it’s really big money.”

These casual players generally don’t become registered members of the clubs they frequent, opting to pay by the hour to play instead. They also spend a lot more at the bar than the older generation.

“It’s more about socialising with your mates It’s like a daytime alternative to going out and drinking at a bar,” says Justine Anderson, 31.

“I know I don’t take it seriously. I play it like I am playing 10-pin bowling.”

We have lots of old lawn bowling clubs in Ontario, but some have closed down in recent years. I hope this spreads across the Pacific!

feet,toes,bowl,Barefoot Lawn Bowling,Sydney, Australia

Interesting trend! :)

Check out the original post at Will S.’ Sunny Side Blog !

Roger Williams Park Zoo – Providence, Rhode Island

18 Jul

feet,sandals,toes,shadows,Roger Williams Park Zoo,Providence, Rhode Island

Nice shot! :)

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