Back to Doors Open. At the end of last month I mentioned that I'd arrived in this space at the NAC shortly before a performance was due to start. Two dancers did a mesmerizing act for the crowd. A look at the day's schedule identifies these two as Maude Parent and Timothe Vincent, two members of a group called Les 7 doigts de la main. I took a lot of photographs, enough so that if we have a theme day revolving around motion next year I already have the shots for it. And I'll be using one spare shot for the Orange theme day later in the year. Check out my video of part of the performance here.
Wow. She is sure breathing heavily, what a performance!ReplyDelete
First of all, let me say that I find your new banner very refreshing...it's been 96/97 degrees here recently... And these dance photos! I admire their body positions, some of which would lay me up for weeks!ReplyDelete
Astonishing performance! I don't think I'll be trying that at home.ReplyDelete
Uma bela sequência de fotografias, aproveito para desejar um excelente mês de Julho.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
That is quite a performance!ReplyDelete
Wow, that's a very impressive performance!ReplyDelete
very cool. enjoy the last shot for all the blur ... nice!! ( ;ReplyDelete
Wow! They put on quite a performance by the look of it.ReplyDelete
Wow. I used to dance. Not so much anymore. OK, not ever!ReplyDelete
...ah, to be able to bend like that!ReplyDelete
Looks like an appreciative audience.ReplyDelete
Amazing backbends. Wow! :-)ReplyDelete
Great photos. It is as if you were the official photographer. I'll bet it was fun to see in person.ReplyDelete
Neat photos. It must have been fun to watch.ReplyDelete
Nice sequence of photos on the act.ReplyDelete
Wonderful! I am thrilled, a much of the audience was I'm sure.ReplyDelete
@Iris: it was quite something to see.ReplyDelete
@Pat: me too! :)
@John: it takes lots of practice.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Marianne: it was!
@Beth: thank you!
@Marie: they did.
@Jennifer: I can't.
@Tom: I can relate!
@David: they were, yes.
@Janis: I liked it.
@Maywyn: it was.
Dynamic and colorful photos ~ReplyDelete
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A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Nice photos of this impressive performance.ReplyDelete
I'm in the Wow! group. Tweeted.ReplyDelete
What a performance. I think I'd better not try this at home.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a performance and the moves, I'll leave it to them. :)ReplyDelete
The word that comes to my mind like every one else is WOW.ReplyDelete
Wow! it is.ReplyDelete
It seems the link to Mosaic Monday is already closed unless I am in the wrong year----and that could be
@Karl: thank you.
@RedPat: it was.
@Jan: me neither.
@Bill: the same here.
@Happyone: a common reaction!
Lovely performance and great photography.ReplyDelete
Beautiful captures of the performance.ReplyDelete
It looks like a very interesting performance.ReplyDelete
Wow, it must take hours of rehearsal and years of training to reach that point:)ReplyDelete
Looooved the video William, oh my gosh talk about double jointed and flexible.ReplyDelete
I couldn't do a back bend like that if they paid me a million dollars!ReplyDelete
That looks like quite the performance and one that can only be done with a lot of practice.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous performance, great photographs.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Joanne: I enjoyed it.ReplyDelete
@Magiceye: thank you.
@Kay: it was.
@Rosie: a lot.
@Jeanie: I can relate.
@Jan: thank you.
@Klara: it was.