Found this in slightly higher resolution, and it does show TOES (and a little arch) so look carefully before reporting... But curses on the photographer or photo editor who framed this to cut off her feet! WHY do they do it?
#1633714 just became my favorite picture in the gallery anyway, but damn, that's disappointing.
Pre-Crisis Pig (user)2015-04-18 01:14:59
This is what happens when Lady Sif goes rogue. She couldn't resist Benicio's charms in Thor:D.W.
#1633158 is awesome, but sadly, is "No Feet Showing." I don't have the heart to report this one; others will.
@kikeathb- Thank you for your nice uploads! However, please review the 'Site Guidelines,' a small link near the top of the Home Page here, especially:
►All uploaded pictures must show toes, soles or arches. If they don't, please report them as "No feet". Shoes and socks aren't really what wikiFeet is about.
Obviously, *sheer* hose and shoes are allowed here, provided toes, soles or arches are visible. An 'arch pic' in closed pumps (like this one) should *clearly* show at least one arch, which this does not.
Mr Hate (guild knight) - rated (ok feet)2015-03-17 03:28:20
A MQ NFS (big time) red carpet pic that is awesome? Well, at least that is what i see only. I think your love for the shoes she is wearing has has nipped you in the bud more than anything else. Not that there is anything wrong with that.
A red carpet pic is awesome. BiB is diplomatic. MQ, not so awesome, no real love for those shoes. But the outfit and photo (other than resolution & quality) were fine - I mean composition, lighting, etc. It's gone now, and he'll know better next time. 'Nuff said.
Well, who didn't have some clunky text-only terminal at work? I said *own* them... HOME computers... in the 70s & 80s (as I did!) I just wondered if you ever waited 30 minutes to download a 200x300 of Cindy Margolis in the 90s? We'd have *killed* for a digital photo of this quality back then. Everyone is just freakin' spoiled. Take *off* your old-guy presbyopia reading glasses and look again! ;) But yeah, 'MQ' by today's standards. Mostly I was trying to be nice to the guy and not discourage a budding uploader, but *educate* him.