Swap seats

When I lived in Toronto, this was the time of year I’d take out my Red Star high tops, which were a cheap but very serviceable Converse knock-off. 

  

a pair of black converse high-tops under a  metal folding chair, 

I can imagine them sitting down here to put their new pair on, then forgetting their trusted previous foundations.  

Swap seats

When I lived in Toronto, this was the time of year I’d take out my Red Star high tops, which were a cheap but very serviceable Converse knock-off. 

  

a pair of black converse high-tops under a  metal folding chair, 

I can imagine them sitting down here to put their new pair on, then forgetting their trusted previous foundations.  

Swap seats

When I lived in Toronto, this was the time of year I’d take out my Red Star high tops, which were a cheap but very serviceable Converse knock-off. 

  

I can imagine them sitting down here to put their new pair on, then forgetting their trusted previous foundations.  

Working barefoot

´╗┐

Found this pair off King Street this weekend´╗┐, where it looks like a gardener decided he was better off barefoot.  And didn’t come back. 

Birthday bumper edition

Was walking through East NEWTOWN with Mrs W when this crate of perfectly usable footwear appeared in front of a small reserve park.
As she was taking me to lunch I felt it rude to stop to post this missive so saved the pic for a later date.
So here it is ; post-dated to the date of discovery, my birthday.

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Looks like at least three pairs in there, maybe 5?