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I like how casual and behind-the-scenes this looks, but I also like the detailed gesture in her feet. It's something that feels both natural and unmistakably "dance" at the same time  Edit comment Delete comment Tariq Kieran on May 7, 2013 5:29 AM (Also, what about something where she's mid-dance or doing a dramatic pose... while appearing to hold the saucer, sipping from the cup... like mixing a dance pose with the type of old-school elegance of models like Lisa Fonssagrives? Too posy?)

I like how casual and behind-the-scenes this looks, but I also like the detailed gesture in her feet. It's something that feels both natural and unmistakably "dance" at the same time Edit comment Delete comment Tariq Kieran on May 7, 2013 5:29 AM (Also, what about something where she's mid-dance or doing a dramatic pose... while appearing to hold the saucer, sipping from the cup... like mixing a dance pose with the type of old-school elegance of models like Lisa Fonssagrives? Too posy?)

et j'ai dansé parce que je ne pourrais pas trouver les mots pour décrire comment je me suis senti

et j'ai dansé parce que je ne pourrais pas trouver les mots pour décrire comment je me suis senti

Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco - Beauty in the mist: 30  mysterious and intriguing photos of fog

Beauty in the mist: 30+ mysterious and intriguing photos of fog

Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco - Beauty in the mist: 30 mysterious and intriguing photos of fog

"Keep still now," the Gatekeeper told me. Then he produced a knife and deftly worked it in between the shadow and the ground. The shadow writhed in resistance. But to no avail. Its dark form peeled neatly away. --Murakami

"Keep still now," the Gatekeeper told me. Then he produced a knife and deftly worked it in between the shadow and the ground. The shadow writhed in resistance. But to no avail. Its dark form peeled neatly away. --Murakami

Dancing in the Attic of the Paris Opera House - Classical ballet as we know it today was born within the Paris Opera. In 1930, LIFE magazine staff photographer, Alfred Eisenstaedt, was given access to the sacred world of the prima ballerina at the Grand Opera de Paris. He sat in on a rehearsal for Swan Lake, photographing the dancers doing their barre exercises, perfecting choreography, as well as capturing the girls at ease, standing around chatting or looking out over Paris from those…

Dancing in the Attic of the Paris Opera House - Classical ballet as we know it today was born within the Paris Opera. In 1930, LIFE magazine staff photographer, Alfred Eisenstaedt, was given access to the sacred world of the prima ballerina at the Grand Opera de Paris. He sat in on a rehearsal for Swan Lake, photographing the dancers doing their barre exercises, perfecting choreography, as well as capturing the girls at ease, standing around chatting or looking out over Paris from those…

So elegant. @Zyanya Aguilar-Nelson Aguilar-Nelson  I feel like this should be you <3

So elegant. @Zyanya Aguilar-Nelson Aguilar-Nelson I feel like this should be you <3

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