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Danse en l'Air

So on Tuesday, I mentioned how competing forces are conspiring to keep me away from writing and taking pictures for this space. One of those forces is actually a new hobby I’ve picked up over the last month. 414 more words


4 Ways Parkour Will Turn You Into an Opportunist: Part IV

You will begin to wonder and imagine possibilities about everything.

Your sense of wonder will be ever present when you begin practicing parkour.  Walking around in every environment becomes an exercise of: Can I climb that 12 foot wall?  191 more words



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Fibres, yarns and fabrics have poor bulk, or have lost bulk during various treatments are re-bodied by many different substances. 507 more words

Interior Design

Ballet Cymru create blend of ballet and circus acro

On the 1st June at the Gordon Craig in Stevenage, my ballet class and I went to see Cinderella, which was being performed by Ballet Cymru. 260 more words


Do you work out?

During my weeks of not blogging, I’ve had lots of photo sessions, I’ve been working on a few personal projects, and planning out some updates to my website (which will probably take a another few weeks to finish). 636 more words

Delaware Photographer


I’m beginning to suspect that being an aerialist is just a form of masochism.

Be Happy

Aerial Silks

The art of aerial silk, also known as aerial tissu, fabric, ribbon, or curtain, owes its conception to a man by the name of André Simard, an acrobatic research and development specialist for the world famous Cirque du Soleil. 69 more words

Aerial Arts