Photos We Loved: “Beneath Your Feet”

The Daily Post

I always enjoy hosting a photo challenge — seeing my notifications light up with photo submissions never gets old!

Thank you to everyone who contributed images to the Beneath Your Feet theme. You shared many different interpretations, and while it’s difficult to select from among hundreds and hundreds of responses, I’ve chosen some highlights to share with you.


Wenjie at A Certain Slant of Light shared a distinctly patterned wooden floor in Casa Milà, one of Antoni Gaudí’s architectural masterpieces in Barcelona, Spain. I love the shapes and patterns on the floor, the sense of movement from the blurred foot on the left, and the various pairs of feet, which are naturally placed around the frame.

Many bloggers captured gorgeous textures beneath them, from the sand dunes at Koppie Aleen, De Hoop, in the Western Cape of South Africa (taken by the photographer at

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