If you’re in a hurry, you can download the original images below:1.
The top image shows the foot swelling in the original photos (red).2.
The bottom image shows an image taken after the photos were taken (blue).
The image of the top image is the one that is actually causing the swelling, and is often the source of foot swelling (and sometimes arthritis) in people who are not yet at a stage where they are able to walk properly.
The image of foot stretching is often a reflection of that.
But, while the original photo is not as important as the image in the bottom one, the two can be very different.
The bottom image is a better example.
This image shows swelling that is caused by the swelling from the toe on the left, the ankle on the right, and the knee on the back.
The left knee is the main source of the swelling (the swelling in it is usually caused by pressure on the tibia, the thick bone in the knee joint).
The knee is usually swollen at this point and usually has swelling around the ball of the foot.
But in people with a low-impact lifestyle (where they are not exercising) the knee is not likely to be swollen this way.
So why is the toe swelling on the bottom image so much worse?
In the top one, you see a low point, or a point at which the knee starts to stretch.
In the bottom, the knee has already stretched, and you can see that there is more swelling.
The swelling in that image is likely due to the stretch that the toe and ankle are making.
So, why do we see the toe stretching at a low or low-angle angle in the photo?
Because the image shows that the knee stretches, too.
That is because the knee flexes in the same direction that the foot stretches, so the knee and the ankle are pushing on each other.
The same is true for the ankle, because it’s pulling on the foot to lengthen.
This can be a problem for people who walk around with a high ankle, but it’s not a problem when they walk around without a high-angle boot.
The image in both images is a reflection in that the ankle is stretched more than the knee.
This is because it stretches to accommodate the knee, and this stretching causes a higher degree of pressure on your knee.
If you do not know whether you have a high or low ankle, you will have to go back and look.