This impression was very flat with very little depth anywhere other than the heel and the first through third digits. There is a compression to the soil under the mid part of the foot that photographed better in the nighttime pictures than in the daytime ones.
The cast shows both the heel and toe impressions well, but almost no depth to the mid part of the foot, as would be expected from such a shallow impression. The deepest impression left by the toes is only nine millimeters by the first digit, followed by a depth of five millimeters by the second digit.
The heel has an rounded strike contour, rather than a sharp, angular one as might be expected from a prosthetic. The rounded heel strike suggests a living, malleable foot.