There’s diversity of foot size in this post. Let’s go small-medium-large…
Bee feet. This one was snuggling the butterfly weed in Piedmont Park on Sunday morning.
What goes on feet (unless they’re bee feet)? — shoes of course. But I saw these in the window of a candy store in Asheville NC.
Not quite life-size, but almost. I say the bigger the better if they’re chocolate.
Moving on to real shoes…
Seen when window shopping in New York City. Candy-colored but not candy – would these be appropriate for a meal at a ‘Red Lobster’ — that is, if you ate lobster?
These are impressive too…
NYC again. These have a look of speed, ironic, for something that looks hard to walk in. If super-heroes wore spike heels (and *sigh* if they’re women drawn by men I suppose they do) then these might be just the ticket.
One more. Where else but NYC? These spiky ones remind me of the bee feet, and they could be a little difficult to wear if you can’t fly.
There. I got my shoe-fascination taken care of for a while, thanks to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.
What do you think – where would you wear shoes like these (well, except the chocolate ones)?
What a fun post! I’m SURE all those impossible real shoes were designed by men…although the spikey ones could be useful to fight off zombies.
Yes, the ability to fight off zombies would be very helpful. And if there were silver spikes they’d work on werewolves too. (if you could keep your balance) Perhaps the heels could be made of wood, for impaling vampires?
If you are dating someone with a foot fetish, I can see where chocolate shoes can come in, handy
Absolutely! good catch there…
I doubt if I would wear any of those shoes. They look totally uncomfortable. Wonderful post and photos 😀
Aah, but we could eat the chocolate ones!