• Intergenerational dance. You are never too old or too young to dance, and the kitchen/dining room is a great location.
  • To the sounds of the piano we warm-up, and our reflections warm up too, encouraging us to stretch further and higher.
  • With the clouds scurrying past and the sea rippling underneath the wire becomes a sinister sinuous dynamic.
  • From the process of making chocolate,the imagined noises of the industrial process, the actions of the workers and their release from the daily grind, a dance emerges.
  • Over time super slow movement  can produce a strong upward spiral line.
  • Serenity of gliding bird against tumult of sea.  Slow movement to fast music.
  • Skipping happily up hill through bluebell woodland. Move fast to slow music.
60 Days of Photographing Movement
18 May – 16 July 2012 ›
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