Wood posing as clogs

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Ritva Astikainen on April 12, 2009

Sandal wooden shoes, wow!

Gnarryl on April 14, 2009

Sandal wood :>) good one, Ippa!

Ritva Astikainen on April 14, 2009

:)))))))D Nononononou! :)) there IS a tree: Santelipuu=Sandalwood(Santalum album) LOLLLLL but I mixed it to poplartree ;D not by purpose :P

... because they both have a wonderful smell :D

Cheers, Ippa

Bits-n-Pieces on April 14, 2009

LOL, now just why the 'Female Behaviour' tag on this one Gnarryl, since the prettiest ones here are those nice baby blue clogs on the right? And Casper's are very nice also! ;)

(cool comparison shot with the crocs!)

Gnarryl on April 14, 2009

You're right about the tag, Bits, it should be on the croc pic, since the female part of my family wears crocs. (Well, my son does too, but since he is 5 yrs old, his mother decides for him what to wear). I'll remove the tag.

Bits-n-Pieces on April 15, 2009

Well, Gnarryl - perhaps it hadn't been you who put the tag there to start with.

I think it may have been sabotage!

Jean Gregory Evans on April 15, 2009

Really cool footage. Really great. Can't find these in the stores here in my neck of the woods.

not1word on April 15, 2009

They look like they get quite a bit of wear, too. Thanks for sharing a bit of your cultural heritage, Gnarryl.

Gnarryl on April 16, 2009

Thanks for your clog-friendly words, Bits, jean and not1word. Have you noticed that the clogs with the leather straps in the middle have little termite holes in them? This are the oldest clogs we have, Mrs Gnarrly inherited them from her grandma. We don't use them anymore, they are neatly arranged in our garden, for decorative purpose.

Nawitka on April 16, 2009

Very nice clog family! and multi-generations too!

not1word on April 16, 2009

I was wondering about the condition of the inside of that pair, but being polite won out over inquisitivness.

Gnarryl on April 17, 2009

Mrs Gnarryl's grandma grew some bad fungus ;>) , not1word. Being a professional florist arranger, I had granma's clogs arranged on top of a pile of firewood. I had to remove some fallen leaves out of the clogs, but I didn't want to disturb the termites too much.

Thanks for appreciating this family picture, Nawitka.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on July 21, 2009

There is a rumour going round that the owners of these clogs have pooofed!!

Norrel on July 21, 2009

This sometimes happens if you make clogs of poofwood.

©polytropos on June 18, 2010

Oh, great! And if you plan your family the right way, you will have a set of clogs like a Russian Matrjoschka, and you can put them into each other - would save same space in the shoe board.

Jean Gregory Evans on July 3, 2010

Love this photo, or rather LIKE and I have it in my faves now too. It is missing the 'clogs' tag and if any photo should have a 'clogs' tag, it has to be this one!

Ritva Astikainen on July 4, 2010

I like & favor this photo, too :) Ippa

Mahdi Kalhor on July 24, 2010

Interesting shot.

Liked 2

All the best from Iran,


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  • Uploaded on April 12, 2009
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    by Gnarryl
    • Camera: SONY DSLR-A100
    • Taken on 2009/04/11 11:22:50
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 20.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash