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ericjnagurney:

emmadot:

HANNIBAL!

One of the best bits. Just one of the best.

(Source: stand-up-comic-gifs)

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leg extension parallel to floor
chest contraction attitude right leg forward and weight shift. high left extension with torso at a low diagonal with parallel arms breathing out.
energy rises over the left foot to fall onto it in a deep lunge.
quick rise and turn with energy upward, landing on leg with back foot in a deep b+
connect top of foot to the ground twice, jump back with arms circle over head. one arm trails behind and connects with the leg to bring it to an extension and attitude forward, land, reverse momentum and spin out of it with a diagonal reach in the chest. 3 point turn with right arm, left on top, left circles in the turn to shoot upward.
Hand is in a space hold, and body falls left to a lunge with the right leg forward. reset. reset. jump with the left leg circling forward. Land, another circling attitude jump.

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brittanyforks:

annstreetstudio:

10022-shoe:

Put on your dancing shoes. Chloe
Photo Credit: Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg from Ann Street Studio

Everyone is beautiful at the ballet…
Dancing in beautiful Chloe shoes with Saks Fifth Avenue…

I lust for these Chloé ballet slippers. 

Oh goodness.

brittanyforks:

annstreetstudio:

10022-shoe:

Put on your dancing shoes. Chloe

Photo Credit: Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg from Ann Street Studio

Everyone is beautiful at the ballet…

Dancing in beautiful Chloe shoes with Saks Fifth Avenue…

I lust for these Chloé ballet slippers. 

Oh goodness.

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When the person who has the studio before me goes over into my rehearsal time.

omgdancelife:

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andacardigan:

I will reblog all of these.

#stuffwhitepeoplelike

andacardigan:

I will reblog all of these.

#stuffwhitepeoplelike

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nickmiller:

—Yeezy

nickmiller:

—Yeezy

(Source: watchthethrone.com)

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born to break hearts

You were born to break hearts.

Someone said that to me once. You were born to break hearts.

I laughed at him, at the time. People weren’t born to do anything, I had thought. I’m not sure I find it very funny, now.

What if I was, though? Born to beak hearts. Do you think you were born to do something? I don’t mean born to cure cancer or fight a war, but something else. It’s who you are, not something accomplished. Well, I was.

I was born to break hearts. It’s really the only thing I’m any good at. I can’t run very far or write software programs. I can’t make eggs or correctly use the television remote. I can be intriguing and encompassing and giving. For a little while. For just long enough. Long enough to break something.

I was born to break hearts. I want you to know that doesn’t exclude my own. I break mine in beautiful synchronicity with all of the others. I want you to know that. They’re not alone in this. I’m not either. No one is alone.

Do you remember being a child? Do you remember when you saw something so lovely and fragile and you held it in your hands? You marveled at it and turned it over and over and over and then all of the sudden it was gone and there was glass in your hands. There was all this empty glass. It was whole and then it was gone and there was all this glass and it could cut you, be careful. Did you ever do that?

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themoviedoc:

Pas de deux, Norman Mclaren
Click the picture to watch the short.

themoviedoc:

Pas de deux, Norman Mclaren

Click the picture to watch the short.

(Source: jpeoplemagazine, via madunne)

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thekidshouldseethis:

jtotheizzoe:

Get hypnotized by this wave pendulum … seriously, I can’t look away.

A wave pendulum like this is built of equally weighted objects suspended by different (and carefully calculated) lengths of string. Released simultaneously, their differing periods (frequencies of oscillation) cause them to form a “wave” image together that cycles through all possible patterns. 

It’s mind-boggling. Looking for a science fair project? This would be a great one.

(via Citadel Physics)

More pendulum waves.

A dance?

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bitchfaceart:


John Singer Sargent | Lady with the Rose 1882

That is some nice font

bitchfaceart:

John Singer Sargent | Lady with the Rose 1882

That is some nice font

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byrdseed:

staring at the stars | choreographed by matt luck 

(Source: speioritur)

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"To This Day." - Shane Koyczan


Original:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltun92DfnPY

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Bad dog. #dogshaming (Taken with Instagram)

Bad dog. #dogshaming (Taken with Instagram)

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You ok, bro?

bamgruz:

I can’t. I can’t even.