Beneath Your Feet: Fleeting Memories

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”


With each day, the past becomes smaller, more distant. Just like the rough and incomplete markings of this hopscotch, our childhood becomes a far cry from who we are now. We must never forget what we did as children to become who we are today, whether good or bad. I didn’t have the best childhood growing up, but without it, I am not the person I am today. I don’t see regrets, I only see experiences that I can learn from as I move forward. I will always be appreciative of the life I have been given, because it’s humbled me, raised me, grounded me.

Beneath Your Feet

This was a great photo challenge as it helped me reflect on the life I have lived so far.

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This entry was published on August 8, 2015 at 1:39 pm. It’s filed under Personal, Photography and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

14 thoughts on “Beneath Your Feet: Fleeting Memories

  1. A very thoughtful reply to the challenge, cheers.

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  2. A really good blog.. your photographs simply breaths fire !!! That is terrific… 🙂 need ur inputs on this picture I had taken using a simple mobile phone
    https://srinathkrishnamoorthy.wordpress.com/2015/08/06/foot-prints-vanish-but-impressions-remain/

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    • Catrece Ann Tipon on said:

      Thank You so much!1 I really appreciate it! Talking about your photo, for a mobile phone its holds very good detail and color! I also love the placement in which you took the shot. It gives the eyes something to follow! It’s very good! 🙂

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  3. Ivan Proust on said:

    Great post. Loved the picture.

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  4. Great choice of picture + love the colors + agree with the words.

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  5. Pingback: Photos We Loved: “Beneath Your Feet” | The Daily Post

  6. Congrats for being one of a few mentioned in an emailed WordPress post: Photos We Loved: “Beneath Your Feet”!

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