Category Archive: available light

A Marriage of Dance and Art; Love, Seduction and Courtship in the Renaissance

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Months ago, when the Metamorphosis: Titian exhibition still had a while to go, Ms Hedgehog and I decided to go to a guided lecture-tour on dance in Renaissance paintings. It was one of… Continue reading

Why I’ve not been posting

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I’ve had a desperately busy month. First was the follow-up from the end of last year, then a whole load of consolidation that I needed to do before being able to start this… Continue reading

Oops! on Australia Day

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This image, taken in very low light, is of Jackie Le, arguably the most photogenic Australian I shot in 2012. Events – and energy – have conspired to stop me posting recently. However,… 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

Have A Wonderful Christmas

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Wishing you a wonderful Christmas! May you; love and be loved, be happy and healthy, have pleasure in discovery, be strong of mind and body, take pleasure in small things, grow as an… Continue reading

Decathect

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I stumbled across this word while trying to delete an unwanted menu; it was apparently the Dictionary.com word of the day yesterday. I’ve not saved it for #WordyMonday because I already have a… 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

Burlesque Showcase

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I’m really hoping to have finished processing the photographs from the burlesque dancing section of the City Academy Showcase today as I want to give everyone at City Academy an idea of the… 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

When Flash Isn’t Flash

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Performers at 60×60, Stratford Circus (c) Carole Edrich 2010 Don’t use flash It’s a simple instruction. Given, presumably, because the organiser concerned is accustomed to people who default to flash photography and whose… Continue reading