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September Heights Day 27:  footprint

footprints in black mud

evidence of visitors

searching for a drink


a step in the sand

tiny little toes outlined

your perfect footprint



9 thoughts on “Footprints

  1. I read each of these separately as the first feels like a party and the second feels like a discovery and togetherness. Of course, it could be just the opposite. This ambiguity makes me want to know more!

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