Tag Archive: photography

Daily Carnival Dose #8 The Daily Grind

I’m posting these shots from the Notting Hill Carnival daily as it’s taking a long time to process them. They’re in addition to my normal extra posts on other dance forms and related… Continue reading

Daily Carnival Dose #7

This is one of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those on other dance forms and related experiences. If you are in… Continue reading

Daily Carnival Dose #6

This is one of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those that I normally make (on other dance forms and related experiences).… Continue reading

Daily Carnival Dose #5

This is one of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those on other dance forms and related experiences. If you are in… Continue reading

Enticing Bharatanatyam

Anusha Subramanyam dances the story of her the heroine’s work to persuade her reluctant friend to represent her case to Muruga (The Lord of the Hills) in the hope he will come to… Continue reading

Carnival with @PoisonUK #4

This is the fourth of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those on other dance forms and related experiences.

Carnival with @PoisonUK #3

This is the third of a series of daily posts of shots taken at the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to those on other dance forms and related experiences.

Dancing Valour at Arts in Parliament

There was a huge amount going on in this piece; Rasa Abhinaya which made it a pleasure to watch but rather more challenging to photograph. Danced at the Akademi Community Performance at Westminster… Continue reading

Carnival with @PoisonUK #2

This is the second of a series of daily posts on the Notting Hill Carnival, made in addition to my regular posts on other dance forms and related experiences.

Carnival with @PoisonUK #1

Couldn’t find the truck I had been invited to, but it didn’t matter because the good folks at PoisonUK looked after me well. Music, dancing, attitude, drink (well water – I was at… Continue reading