Albuquerque / Downtown Albuquerque / shoes / street photography The Longing November 29, 2020 Timothy Price53 Comments Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
53 thoughts on “The Longing”
Another lost sole. 🙂
No one saved. Thanks, Lavinia.
I’ve seen some very odd things on roads over the years. Poor shoe!
Hahaha! Headed in the right direction, though.
Trying for a single step at a time. Thanks, Dale
Love how it’s aligned, as well…
Someone stuck it that way during the night, the afternoon before is was by the fan.
I figured you had 😉
No siree Bob, Dale. I don’t touch anything on the street downtown these day. I photograph junk how it’s found. In earlier days I would pick up trash and throw it in the dumpster, and I certainly would have fished the bottom half of the figurine out from under the dumpster to see if I could glue her back together, but sorry to say I had to leave the poor thing to be buried in the local landfill.
I can’t say I blame ya. Some things are best left untouched
Especially these days. Especially in downtown Albuquerque these days.
Ha, “The Longing”, great! Love your photo, Tim, it gives new meaning to walk (hop) the line.
That it does. I love the song. Thanks, Mia.
Always welcome, Tim!
A shame that downtown Albuquerque has turned like so many cities into trash laden messes.
It is sad. The current administration has given up on it. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
The box fan might make it before the shoe.
Could have been that way. Thanks, David.
Aha, a sign of Kimbles kil… Oh, no, he had one arm didn’t he, not leg. Another funny comment ruined! Sorry about that. Tsk!
Hahaha. Thanks, Inchcock.
I’d say walking the line but being an optimist I’ll go for walking in line… well, short term optimistic! 😉🤣
Longing to walk the line. Thanks, Marina.
…well, you kind of expect that someone will remove the bin the last minute, but I guess it’s accepted its fate. 😉
I think its fate was sealed.
Walking the line sans shoe.
Or the shoe is longing to walk the line. It’s a fine line either way. Thanks, Shey.
You are welcome
Either it is longing for the other shoe to complete the pair once again.
Or it is longing to throw itself into the dumpster…..it is heading in the right direction to do that!
So many possibilities. Thanks, Mary.
Just a few feet more? 😉
A long few feet. Thanks, Teri.
A step toward home? But the blue fan!
Longing to step I would say. It’s nice to have fans nearby. Thanks, Holly.
longing is a start
Hahahaha! There’s that shoe, again! It sure gets around!
Kind of like the Beach Boys. Thanks, Resa.
LOL! There’s a parody in there somewhere!
Just about to listen to the cranes song, but am being interrupted! I’ll be back!
I remember when Arnold, The Terminator, said that.
….. and just like Arnold, I’m back. Except I’m, not driving a car through the door!
What is up with all the lost soles downtown??
Shoe pergatory, perhaps. Thanks, Tiffany.
Whose losing there shoes? I guess they just step out of them and walk on. We had a pair hanging over an electrical wire.
Hi Holly. I see lots of running shoes tied together hanging over power lines. The lost soles are a mystry in downtown. There seems to be and endless supply of them.
Wonder what that’s about!
I never understood throwing shoes over powerlines other than people being mean.
I hope the other shoe was as sober 🙂
It’s hard to say. Lost, longing soles are such a mystery. Thanks, Sue.
Great shot, this lone shoe is so close to the finish of the year, this dumpster fire we call 2020 🙂
So fery close. Thanks, Randall.