Shoes or no shoes…



Meditating pasture at a the temple in Ahemadabd, India


Riding in a Tuk-tuk in Ahemadabad,

Just a collection of images of wearing shoes or no shoes.


Little shoes of a little child at a ceremony


Men playing cards in Udaipur, India


Ahemadabad, India, shoes left before entering the temple.


Some of the first steps in shoes.


Delhi, India, a man taking of his shoes entering the temple


a man selling making shoe soles , Delhi, India


Entering a temple in Delhi, India, taking off shoes


Dancing shoes of Mexican girls


Wedding shoes of my mama


Taking off shoes, before entering a temple in Ahemadabad, India

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18 Responses to Shoes or no shoes…

  1. Sumith says:

    Loved this themed photography! You are an inspiration. Beautiful photographs. Thank you Cornelia.

  2. arv! says:

    You have provided a fresh perspective to look at shoes or what we call slippers, chhappal.

  3. ChgoJohn says:

    A great series of themed shots. I cannot help but wonder what is going thru the young boy’s mind as he holds the red high-heeled shoes …

  4. Judi says:

    More great images my dear friend!

  5. Peter Klopp says:

    With literally hundreds of shoes being taken off at a temple’s entrance I wonder how people would find their shoes when they come out. Or perhaps their shoes are so much alike that it does not matter. Thank you, Cornelia, for another interesting post!

  6. Well observed and well captured! Great theme, Cornelia!

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