Feet of Clay  

I saw these large stone feet on the grass in a park in Glasgow.

They have no ankles or heels, nor are they attached to legs. They have no plaque beside them with the name of the sculptor and no description/explanation.   What are they for? What do they signify? Why are they there? What deep meaning do they convey?  Have they tip-toed there by themselves??????? Will they be there tomorrow?

I don’t suppose any of these things really matter if a work of art catches the attention. They are self-explanatory in that they are a pair of big and incomplete feet. And they are very big and they are fun.

I’d like to share them with you  for this week’s Fun Foto Challenge: Legs & Feet from Cee.


Feet of Clay Bellahouston Park Glasgow sculpture

Feet of Clay ©HelenBushe




Cee Neuner · 11 August 2016 at 17:54

This photo is awesome. Thanks for playing Helen.

    HMB · 11 August 2016 at 18:04

    Thanks for your kind comment, Cee.

Emilio Pasquale · 9 August 2016 at 20:19

The only prerequisite for art is to exist. (I just made that up, I think.) Enough that these are fun!

    HMB · 9 August 2016 at 20:35

    Oooh! You do make up clever things . I shall quote you! Thanks for stopping by.

I'm always pleased to read comments.....

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