Bodies in motion

The Boston.com “Big Picture” posted a wonderful article with the title “Bodies in motion: Dancing around the world” They introduced a Haitian child and Iraqi female police, Indian women and a man from the Naga tribe, Figure Skating Championships or a Libyan rebel, ballet or Swing dancers, Tango or opera performers, a mother with child while shopping, grandpa with grandma, Egyptian youths marking Prophet Mohammed’s birthday – etc. yes there are many reasons to move or even dance: the four photos below were shot by myself …
happy dancersflamenco, ivory + ebony
tango, b+wtango-run
4 photos above by frizztext, click on the pictures to enter my galleries on Flickr.com
related:
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2011/03/bodies_in_motion_dancing_aroun.html
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Dancing Triptych
Triptych: Dancing

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

20 responses to “Bodies in motion

  1. Ever wondered how many songs have the word dance in them?

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  2. PSsquared

    Fantastic photos.

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  3. I love this post. My sister used to be a dancer in a modern company when she was younger.

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  4. akbarsim

    I remember whet you took that shot top left. I have one of the same girls…

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  5. The bodies in motion, maybe the most beautiful body in motion is the woman’s body you have in your arms when you dance tango, jive or pasodoble… 🙂

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  6. museconfuse

    Good eye! it’s tough to capture dance in motion and I think you’ve done so beautifully 🙂

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  7. TBM

    Wonderful photos. I’m not much of a dancer, but I still like to try.

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  8. Love them all – great motion capture!

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  9. I like the motion blur in the 4th photo. It really captures the excitement and swiftness.

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  10. Wonderful stream with living pictures
    My part seen near the nordkap:

    boys_2

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