Category Archive: Outdoors

Bursting the bubbles

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It’s nine in the evening. I ache from fatigue but it has been a good day. I’ve been the subject of a photofilm that Duckrabbit are creating. I’m fairly peripheral, being a case… Continue reading

One Billion Rising: VDay flashmobs #1billionrising

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Today was hard. I had to get up at 6am to get everything done, which I only just managed, am fighting some kind of virus (have been for days) and felt really really… Continue reading

One Billion Rising – Flashmob in 7 days

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One Billion Rising (OBR) is looking for people of all ages and abilities to take part in a dance flashmob on Valentine’s Day. I’ll be writing about it and the initiative (brainchild of… Continue reading

Rain, Gene Kelly and Tommy Franzén

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Image: Dancing in the Rain (socially) at Dance Al Fresco, 2008 I’m really busy at the moment trying to get all the important things done before my upcoming surgery. That’s because I want… Continue reading

Ogygian

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Ribbon dancers at the Greenwich Cultural Festival (c) Carole Edrich 2010 The word for this week is Ogygian. Another word I had to look up when I first read it, I think it… Continue reading

Carribean dancers in the grounds of Greenwich Castle

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Both images: Caribbean Dancers at Greenwich Festival 2011 Looking back for images of warm bright weather I found these, part of one of many performances at Greenwich Festival in the grounds of Greenwich… Continue reading

Rugose on #wordymonday

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Image: Aboriginal Elder ready to sing at the 2011 KALACC Festival It’s Wordy Monday again and because I’ve still not had any suggestions I picked the word Rugose as today’s theme. I thought… Continue reading

Rain Dancers of Vuokatti

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Both images: Strictly style dance competitors in the rain in Vuokatti, 2011 The weather has been horrible today – dull, grey, wet and far too cold – but I’m off to somewhere marginally… 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

Ineluctable

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Both images: Tomorrow’s Men at Canary Wharf Time for a change. Every Monday I’m going to pick images that I think reflect an interesting sounding word, some of which I hope that you… Continue reading