Tag Archive: milonga dancing

Two Sides Of Tom – at Tango Al Fresco

It’s lovely to be working in a place where people know me. I get more dances, which is natural, but I also get a lot more spontaneous stuff. Here is one, taken at… Continue reading

Tango Al Fresco, the Mayors Thames Festival and a tango front cover

This front cover features Tom and Margo dancing under the Oxo Tower at the Mayor’s Thames Festival. I shot it in 2008 with my phonecam (a Sony Ericsson k800i) I think. I’m looking… Continue reading

cheeky face dancing from aida gomez

Also from Sadler’s Wells Flamenco festival, this shot, of Compania Aida Gomez shows that good flamenco dancers really do dance with their faces.

flamenco prodigy – from youth to maturity

tassles detail as Yerbabuena dances

I like this shot of the famous flamenco dancer Eva Yerbabuena because of her expression and the silky movement of the tassels. I shot it at Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festivsl last year

a better tango space

While I’m no closer to finding just one shot that gives all viewers an impression of the essence of tango, this one says a lot to me for a number of reasons. I… Continue reading

minding the tango gap

I was able to combine a friend’s tango birthday celebrations with work on a commission for Jubilee dancing shots from Dance Today yesterday at Abrazos. While there I decided to see if I… Continue reading

tango through a pool of light

Another perspective in my quest to find one image that shows the essence of tango, I took this shot at Negracha Tango Club last Friday. I’ve chosen it because it gives an idea… Continue reading

milonga watcher

  Those who organise this milonga seem to believe that the atmosphere is improved by limiting the lighting to a few candles and the light of an open fire, so it’s nearly impossible… Continue reading

tango shadow dancers

I was happy to catch this shot which I took in Tango South London some time ago. While less clichéd, it doesn’t really represent the essence of tango as it could just as… Continue reading