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Let's Learn Dancing. YiZYiF Girls Kids V Neck Gymnastics Dance Dress Ballet Tutu Leotard Skirt Years. Size For Girls YearsMaterial:Polyamide, ElasthanneGirl's V-neck dance leotard, soft and elastic to wear.Bowknot on the waist, shiny dancer on the back

I will do my part to keep little girls like this out of sexual slavery. My heart breaks for her.

The little girl captured in this photograph is performing Bharat Natyam, a classic Indian dance form. I LOVE India. trained in this dancing for four years.

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vintage photo of dancers by Vladimir Tolman 1930 / women's athletic body / jump / strenght / balance / dance

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Pocono Blues Festival 2009 by festival. I love this! Never too old to dance!

New York, NY- Annmaria Mazzini :: Jordan Matter, Dancers Among Us

Dancer crossing the street at Macy's. I would like to know the "Basic-Street-Safety-when-Walking" rules for dancers on the rain // Annmaria Mazzini in Jordan Matter's book: Dancers Among Us. Kind of Like Singing in the rain.

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Dance Performance Art, Brazz Dance Company, fused Afro-Brazilian dance and intertwined it with hip hop

Omo valley tribes  by Hans Silvester

To experience meeting the Surma tribesmen, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Deep in the bush, Ethiopia’s lower Omo Valley is a lost world. The Surma have elevated the custom of body painting to an amazing art form.

Jimmy Nelson, Before They Pass Away: Samburu Tribe, Kenya.

Photographer Jimmy Nelson documents the world’s disappearing cultures in his book, Before They Pass Away.

Love this glimpse into African culture. A young Ghanaian child doing Akan Adowa dance majestically in her traditional, beautiful and colorful kente apparel.

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing | 1939    Meet Me At The Savoy! Photo Series (1 of 4)    The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to 1958. It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era and home to legendary dancers like Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James and Al Minns. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike many of it’s contemporary ballrooms like the Cotton Club.

The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike the Cotton Club.

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