It’s much easier to photograph my feet than to ask people to take pictures of me to prove I’ve been in interesting places. Besides, my feet enjoy being photographed more than I do.
The feet were both in this hemisphere, as they briefly visited Guadalajara, Mexico.
Feet behind the Cathedral–and below, feet about to visit the Hospicio Cabanas, once an orphanage and now an excellent little museum.
The feet were off at the Eastern end of the Mediterranean–in Israel, Jordan and Egypt.
The Great Pyramid, from a foot’s eye view
At the Sphinx.
May 2012 – That year the feet spent a little time in Turkey
So here are my feet near Trajan’s column in Rome. . .
. . . and in the Vatican museum, keeping a low profile to avoid offending the Pope.
Looking a little dusty surveying the Greek temples of Agrigento, in Sicily. . .
And the theater in Segesta.
For a change of pace, taking a cruise on a clipper ship off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. . .
. . .including some time in a net dangling below the bowsprit, which sticks out from the front of the ship.
Then closer to home, on the beach of Carmel, California.