WW- Footsy

August 22, 2007 by Kailani  
Filed under wordless wednesday

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Kailani is the owner and founder of An Island Life. You'll find her sharing her daily life as a mother to 3 wonderful daughters, working as a flight attendant, and living a blessed life in Hawaii. She is also the founder of the group review site - Family Review Network. Follow along on her adventure of a lifetime this Winter as a member of the Vaseline Dry Skin Patrol!
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47 Responses to “WW- Footsy”
  1. La Bellina mammina says:

    that’s really a cool pic!!

  2. mar says:

    That’s a cool pic, although it was already said!!!
    how did you do this, it looks fab!

  3. Chris in Oxford says:

    Lizard feet, cool! Thanks for stopping by. Happy WW.

  4. zamejias says:

    Lizard? Frog? I wonder what the others are.

  5. Gill says:

    What a fascinating photo! I’d be really interested to know how you took that and exactly what creature they belong to.

  6. Kailani says:

    FYI: This photo was taken by a friend of mine. The feet belong to a bunch of geckos. Cool, huh?

  7. JHS says:

    That’s really cool. Love the colors.

  8. Bevson says:

    Great shot. Love the different shapes and colors. Happy WW.

  9. Jodi says:

    Cool pic!! Happy WW!

  10. Chris says:

    That is cool!

  11. Dana says:

    WE have geckos all over the outside of our house (and they sometimes get inside). THey aren’t that colorful though…but we have a TON of them. Cool picture.

  12. Insomnia says:

    Those are actual feet? (I saw your gecho comment) WOW, they look so alien. VERY cool!

  13. Insomnia says:

    ugh…typo (lol) I meant ‘Gecko’

    *slinks away*

  14. mom2HandH says:

    Cool pic! Were the geckos standing on glass??

  15. Grace says:

    These feet are sticky. 20 or so years ago a lizard fell from our ceiling on to my mom’s chest. Her scream can be heard all throughout the Pacific Ocean..it was so hard to get the lizard as it stuck to her skin!! I remember that funny episode when I looked at your WW photo. :-)

  16. Carey says:

    Very cool.

  17. JustJessie says:

    What a great picture. Happy ww!

  18. Deb says:

    Oh that’s really cool! :)

  19. Jenny-up the hill says:

    Neat! My favorite is the little skinny green gecko foot!!

  20. Renee says:

    I was just about to ask if those were all geckos. I recognized two of the feet as such. DH says that geckos are very common in Hawaii but we don’t see them here except for in pet stores.
    Can you believe that the pet stores get away with charging folks money for a pest? In FL there were lizards running everywhere…here they’re in the pet store, called Anole and cost $7 each!
    I tell DD just wait until we get to Nana’s house…then she wants to catch one. Good Luck! hee hee

  21. Wendy says:

    That was really different…love the colors!

  22. Rox says:

    What an amazing picture!!!
    I love it!

  23. Starrlight says:

    Great picture!

  24. Gattina says:

    Are these the gloves of ET ??

  25. Stacey says:

    Hey that’s neat! Great WW choice. xoxo

  26. Mycrazylife says:

    What a cool picture! Beautiful blog too!

    Blue Thistle Books

  27. michelle says:

    I love that! It Would be a great framed print!

  28. And Miles To Go.... says:

    love the colors in that shot–great job!!

  29. Qtpies7 says:

    Wow! That is so neat! Love it!
    I love your contest, I’ll have it in my contest frenzy column on Thursday at momsblogging.
    Did you enter my contest yet? I have a few more coming up this week, yet, too.
    Thanks for stopping by my WW

  30. Lazy Daisy says:

    How amazing!

  31. Moksha Gren says:

    Looks like something straight out of National Geographic. It’s a very impressive shot and a mesmerizing image. Thanks for sharing it.

  32. Jenny in Ca says:

    that is one of the neatest photos I have seen. Very, very cool.

    happy WW!

  33. Marcia says:

    wow did you shoot that? How? So bright and cool

  34. casual friday everyday says:

    FUNNNNNNN picture!

  35. Flutterby says:

    Thats a very cool picture! Neat feet..hehehe. Thank you so much for the kind comment! I hope they do sell well.

  36. Erinne says:

    Thanks for the comment! :) He was both watching and playing! Waiting for the ball to come his way.

    What a beautiful photo! Very colourful and artistic.


  37. lissa says:

    Are those real feet or fake plastic? It’s a unique view.

  38. Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings says:

    Cool picture!!!

    Mine is up at:


    UFO House

  39. wendy says:

    Love it!

  40. Char says:

    Love the colors. That is a very cool picture.

  41. Vixen says:

    Awesome, really awesome.

  42. Minnesota Momma says:

    Wow, that’s really cool! What an interesting shot!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Happy WW!

  43. donetta says:

    Wonderful image! I have a thing with geckos, You know it is said that for one to have a visit from a gecko is a very good thing. I was sitting on a porch over 15 years ago with a friend begining to tell her about this strange thing that was happening to me and i continued to tell her that it seamed every where I was going I was having visits from gecko’s, She gasped and opened her mouth i, frightened said whats wrong, she pointed up above my head and there for the firs time she had ever seen one in her yard above my head was ,Yes you guesed it a gecko. I think they like me.

  44. Crissybug says:

    What a cool photo. Those are the strangest feet I have ever seen!

  45. Amazing Gracie says:

    Wow! Gecko feet! I love that photo…
    And I absolutely love your site – especially your comment section!!! This is really exceptional!

  46. Jeremy says:

    A gecko’s feet “adhere” to surfaces by a weak intermolecular force call Van der Waals force. For Van der Waals force to be of any consequence the molecules between the two surfaces must be extremely close. A gecko’s foot has millions of hairs called setae. The millions of setae are not visible in the photo. The ends of his little setae divide into millions more setae. The surface area of each “sub” setae is so small that it is at near molecular size and will “adhere” to the molecules of whatever – anything other than Teflon.

    Oh, I am just a treasure trove of information. Seriously someone just sent me this in the last week this obscure fact that I thought I would never do anything with. Imagine finding something to do with this fact. Just made my day!

  47. Riley says:

    What a cool shot! If I saw that as a T-shirt, I would totally buy it.

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