Tag Archive: tango

Tango Walk – Improv by tech staff

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Another from the Tango Walk last week. I took quite a few shots of these two technical assistants who, without warning, decided to do their own little (ballroom) tango improv. Tanja’s tango site… Continue reading

Tango Walk – the lesson

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I was commissioned to do a photo feature on Tanja Raaste’s Tango Walk, one of the Big Dance events held on the South Bank. This shot, from last Saturday, of Alfredo Martin Espindola… Continue reading

not impartial tango

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I make no apologies for posting this shot of two friends dancing tango. I really enjoy dancing with Tom and Tina has just qualified as both a City of London Guide and Green… Continue reading

a better tango space

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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

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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

thames tango and the oxo tower

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A completely oppportunistic shot, this was taken at River Tango when I saw the couple (both charming people and friends) dance under the strong lines of the Oxo Tower. Despite the fact it… Continue reading

tower bridge tango

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The tube was horrendous last night, when I travelled home from a production of Wah Wah Girls at the Peacock Theatre. It was as busy as the worst of the rush hour and… Continue reading

you’re never too old to tango

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Not too long ago a tango dancing (tanguero) friend told me that I was a tango addict because I keep a pair of tango shoes in the boot of my car. He has… Continue reading

tango in their own style

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Capussi and Flores have their own style. Well rehearsed and in wonderful synchronisation, they keep in character irrespective of the difficulty of their moves. Although this shot captures them mid-move you can see… Continue reading

lowlight tango flick

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Eduardo Capussi and Mariana Flores dance show tango with a difference. Think humorous tango vaudeville, short stories which while amusing for those not familiar with the dance, also have visual and dance jokes… Continue reading