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Who Are You At The Beach?

Who Are You At The Beach?

Just explains dance! "Set your spirit free. Dance is a great tonic for the soul. Dance and forget about everything, put thought aside and just let the feel good feelings soar within you"

Duncan's choreography, comprised of pleasing poses and images, continued the 19th-century affinity for pictorial beauty. Unlike many other dancers, however, Duncan excelled in conveying the emotional impulses of music. She also effectively expressed her spirituality through movement. In her essay “The Dancer of the Future”, Duncan outlined her beliefs that dance should embrace gravity, not defy it, and that all movement begins in the solar plexus.

Isadora Duncan, famous dancer and dance teacher from the early Was inspired in her style by Greek sculpture and often danced barefoot with flowing scarves.

Reflection jumping | Unknown Source

My sister-in-laws and I always jump into the lake like this. We HAVE to get a picture

Louxo's Enjoyables - zeroing:   Pu Kai girls

just have a photo album of my senior pictures, and have a bunch of photos of me doing stupid/funny stuff like this on the set of the shoot!

Jazz it Up!

Mislabeled: This is showing up under vintage black and white and I wouldn't have noticed but there was a comment that said this was Katy Perry. They are correct it is Katy Perry from her Thinking Of You video.

Lucia Joyce dancing at “Bal Bullier” in Paris, May 1929

slushy: “ Lucia Joyce dancing at Bullier Ball - Paris, May 1929 Lucia Anna Joyce July 1907 Trieste - 12 December 1982 Northampton) was the daughter of Irish writer James Joyce and Nora.