things i am noticing...

...how well this shade of yellow
goes with this hue of red.

this was almost another installment of my "madly falling" series, but then i realized there are only a couple days left in october, so i better do at least one more "things i am noticing, october 2009" post before the month is over. {{thanks for letting me be a part, lovely ginny.}}

self-portrait photos of the feet looking down isn't exactly a ground-breaking idea. i've seen this type of photo done a thousand times before. {{okay, maybe not a thousand, but you get the point.}} still... i've never done one effectively up until now, and i just could not resist when i saw how my yellow shoes looked among all of the little red leaves that had fallen off the shrub next to our driveway as i walked to my car thursday morning.

reason #26 i was late to work yesterday. but worth it, i'd say.

you know what else i'd say? HAPPY FRIDAY! there... i just did say it!


Steve Gravano said...

Love those shoes, they really add to the photograph. The first is my favorite.

S. Etole said...

Reminiscent of the yellow brick road ... only in reverse. Fun!

Heather said...

love, love, love those shoes! And a return Happy Friday to you!

ginny said...

i love the colour of your shoes.. very cute.
i have loved all your noticing pictures... and i love these shots of looking down at ones feet ... it connects us, the viewer, to your earth and your steps... glad you are working and very glad you are still taking time to enjoy noticing.
happy friday to you too.
ginny x

Haphazardkat said...

i so love your spirit :)


spread your wings said...

the leaves here look like flower petals. beautiful color

Tabiboo said...

Those are the cutest of shoes and a wonderful colour.

Nina x

Joy said...

First of all, cute shoes. Nice color combo. I like your idea, and yes, I have seen it many times, but I still like it. I'd do it, but my feet are so big... oh, maybe I'll do it anyway. I have a cousin who had a shoe repair shop and he used to say how you could tell a lot about a person by their shoes. Just thought I'd throw that one in.