Category Archive: couples dancing

tango face

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I’ve often heard the phrase ‘tango face’ and believe it to be one of those phrases that mean different things to different people. If a regular European social tango dancer was to use… Continue reading

Fire and Flame Audience watch Graciela and Diego

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It’s taking ages to upload the processed images from the Paris Tango Fire and Flame Ball, so while I’m waiting I thought I’d post a couple of images taken from a different perspective… Continue reading

Electrotango lift and turn

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Neither of these images are of a style I’d normally go for since they’re less likely to sell to magazines, but I was looking for very different effects when I took them. In… Continue reading

Intensity in Performance

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Last night we were treated to an absolutely delicious Gaucho meal to promote their ‘underground dance night’ – an electro tango performance on the top floor with special cocktails as well as the… Continue reading

Loud messages, still bodies

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What most fascinated me on Saturday evening’s Fire and Flame Ball was how people behaved while waiting to dance. It didn’t matter whether they were waiting for the end of a tanda, for… Continue reading

Lindy Hop at the Stag’s Head

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Shooting New Year’s Day’s Vintage Jive and Lindy Hop was special because of everyone’s evident enjoyment. Not for these people the serene half-smiles of the tango dancer, the seriousness sometimes bordering on aggression… Continue reading

After Party

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While meeting for a quick New Year’s Day coffee, Ms Hedgehog and I decided to go to the Vintage Swing and Jive lesson given by the gorgeous Moe Sakan at London’s South Bank.… Continue reading

Delirious on #WordyMonday

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Monday has come around so quickly again and here’s today’s #WordyMonday photograph. The word (along with several others to which I’ll post images in the future) was suggested the marvelous Milo Miles. I… Continue reading

London Waiting

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All images: Aila Floyd of The Bees Knees and travelling dancer Andrew Stone dancing around London I’ve written this post in response to further media uproar about a presented inequity in terms of… Continue reading

Words Worth at Lilian Baylis Theatre

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All images: Dancers performing Anton Du Beke’s Easy to Love at the Lilian Baylis Theatre I had a lovely evening watching Words Worth tonight after theĀ  photo call earlier. The show itself was… Continue reading