Sunday, February 24, 2013 | Categories: Documentaries
(Photo Pin / Andrea Marutti)
Take a moment and think about socks. Yours are probably cosy.. They're probably dry. And they keep your feet feeling pretty good. Next time your toe pokes through one, you'll probably toss it. And next time the dryer devours a sock, you'll probably ditch its mate. Socks are cheap, disposable, easily replaced.
Unless you live on the street. For homeless people, those little pieces of clothing are mittens of comfort. Hard to come by, easily ruined. Never taken for granted. Good as gold.
Frank Faulk took to the streets of Toronto in search of a new perspective on socks.