• Jolinda Menendez and Charles Ward in Glen Tetley's Gemini. Photo by Max Waldman, www.maxwaldman.com.
  • Ellison Ballet student Juliette Bosco (photo by Rachel Neville)
  • crescentmoon b & w
  • How to Jump Higher for Dance With Plyometrics
  • Whoa...talk about trusting your partner... Tho I wonder if it's edited in.... Burr still awesome!
  • Your partner is the most important person in dance. Focused moving as one.
  • Fantasy Footwork: A pas de deux by New York Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden and New York City Ballet dancer Faye Arthurs Photo by Paul Maffi
  • *.* Whoa, Dude...
  • shirley temple's and Bill bojangles | Shirley Temple & Bill Bojangles Robinson
  • Christopher Wheeldon's company Morphoses
  • MontanaRosePainter. To find dance classes & events in Melbourne, go to www.whenify.com/browse/calendar/category/dance.
  • Deux pas de deux... (dance for two) • photo: Stéphane Berla on 500px
  • Would LOVE to learn how to properly salsa dance. I do it, have won contests BUT I want to REALLLLY learn the craft ~salsa dancing
  • VentureOut is the social network for activity enthusiasts. Find, connect, and chat with dancers and discover local dancing venues. Find your dancing buddy on VentureOut.me
  • Natasha Oughtred and Jamie Bond in Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker.
  • There is something about ballet
  • Gene Kelly teaches his daughter, Kerry, to dance.
  • My inner landscape
  • In you the wars and the flights accumulated.  From you the wings of the song birds rose  ( Pablo Neruda)
  • Dance partner
  • yes! I would love to go out one night and see people dance like they did in the old days!!
  • Vintage Dance Photo #vintagecamp
  • Beautiful Atalanta Dance: Strength Training - a note on pas de deux and partnering
  • Courtesy of Dance Salad /  Bridgett Zehr and Zdenek Konvalina of National Ballet of Canada performing
  • Astaire and Hayworth-how glamorous! Loved watching old movies on
  • David Gonzalez, Dancers in Mott Haven, The Bronx, August 1956, in Seis del Sur, Bronx Documentary Center
  • Barry Goyette: the leap.   Jennita and Greg, veterans of Chicago's Hubbard Street, stopped by my studio one day for some shots. They pulled off this leap after 4 or 5 tries. I've photographed dancers for many years, and I'd never seen anything quite like it.
  • this is so beautiful, it looks like she is lighter than a feather and so graceful. The beauty of ballet <3
  • Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Oh, to watch them dance ...
  • dit is geposeerd. de makers moesten weten hoe een lichaam in elkaar zit zodat ze het makkelijker konden maken en het er echter uit zag.