Left foot, left foot, right foot, right. Yes I know the Dr. Suess classic, The foot book, mostly, if not entirely by heart. I have read it many times over during the course of the last 3 years, and at this point its been committed to permanent long term memory, probably squishing out some other “less important” long term memories while doing so, such as who my second grade teacher was, or the what the square root of 81 is. I actually do not remember the first example, I do remember the latter, barely. Above you see my three year old boys left foot, left foot, right foot, right, stepping on some old sea rock, at the laguna beach tide pools. It’s about 2pm, so this is all natural, bright and harsh daylight, but I thoroughly enjoy pictures of little feet, so I’m quite proud of this one. When I say little feet, I mean young feet, not midget feet, not that I have anything against midgets… sorry little people… no they’re not creepy at all, besides, don’t they have full sized feet? So in summary, limited space in memory, kids books are repetitive, midgets rule, and mid-day sun is harsh. This was taken with my Nikon D80 and 60mm lens, no flash this time.