This is a picture I did not take

of a candidate running for President of the United States, whose campaign rests on populist rhetoric and pledges to help the downtrodden, and while giving a stump speech in rural South Carolina, the candidate pumped his fist when delivering impassioned lines about how he'd stand-up and reach out for the voiceless, and when delivering these lines, his whole body would tilt forward - he'd literally lean-into the line, and the photograph I did not take was of his feet, shod in expensive-looking, comfortable leather, and how he rolled-up onto the balls of his feet with each firey line, rolling up onto his toes in those shoes, believing not just in his own words, but in his power to potentially change the world, so much so, that he nearly tipped himself over.