Friday, April 8, 2011

Barefoot



In the 60s and 70s shoes were sometimes passed over for bare feet. Bare feet have been said to symbolize innocence or childhood. This is possibly one reason why hippies were often barefoot during the 60s and 70s. But many people besides hippies have taken the barefoot path. Models, movie stars, groupies, musicians, etc have followed this natural path. I think its yet another wonderful counterculture movement. To feel the grass, dirt, or flowers between your toes just sounds very relaxing and nice. There is definitely an innocence to it. It brings you back to a simpler time and you just feel happy. There is also a country vibe to it. Your in a huge field just walking through, with your feet touching everything that they walk on. Wonderful.

Come on Paul! Linda's barefoot and enjoying it! Take off your shoes!

Pattie Boyd: Dirty feet usually means a fun day

Jane Birkin: Bare Beauty

Paul, Linda, and Mary McCartney: Barefoot Family

Linda Ronstadt

Possibly Jill Kennington

The Mamas and Papas

Pamela Des Barres

Brigitte Bardot

Audrey Hepburn

Marisa Berenson

Marsha Hunt

Veruschka: Barefoot Ballerina

Audrey Hepburn: You don't need shoes to have fun

Sandie Shaw: The Barefoot Queen

Hippies: The Barefoot Children

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  1. A simple life is good with me. I don't need a whole lot. For me, a T-shirt, a pair of shorts, barefoots on a beach and I'm happy. See the link below for more info.

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  2. Cool. I like a simple life too relaxing barefoot. I always enjoy seeing all the beautiful ladies feet (most women have beautiful feet). Some so creative like a gift from God. Everyone please like and share. Best Wishes.

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