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ballet positions

From the book "Martine, petit rat de l'opéra" by Marcel Marlier & Gilbert Delahaye; or, as I knew it, "Anita no ballet". I remember propping this up on a music stand and doing the positions in my bedroom.

To be as confident and graceful in all movement...>>>>> idk what type f dancing this is called but I love it so much

I love this series. The style of dance isn't exactly what I was looking for but her movements and the movement of the flour is. I would use color for the flour instead to liven it up and make it more festive for a music festival. - stop motion

Jan Masny: (Five Images) Part 1 I like the almost obscure way in which the first image has been capture, the overlapping bodies in conjunction with the layered material creates a busy image and focal point/s. I do like how they have been captured to fill the frame. I really like the colours and lighting in the second image, I like this image is a bit more simply in terms of subject composition than the first image. I also like that the dancers are all doing something similar. In the third

I love the shapes. The flowing fabrics and the strong lines of the dancers' bodies are a beautiful contrast, and all together they contort themselves into these organic shapes that are both graceful and powerful. Just begging for a sculpture!