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  • Brigida Jackson

    Spain- Flamenco dancer. Love the movement of her fringed shawl. Fierce yet contained energy.

  • Jackie Lapeyre-Macneil

    Flamenco!! Something on my list of "things to do"

  • 河野眞理子

    #2B The origin of the flamenco dress can be traced to Andalusian women, a region in southern Spain.Spanish flamenco dresses provide an important visual element to flamenco shows. The custom incorporates an important part of cultural identity. The dress is figure-hugging, ankle length, with ruffles in both the layered skirt and the sleeves. The most common colors for flamenco dresses are red, black and white but they are typically bright colored.

  • Maria del Pilar Salazar

    Beautiful flamenco dress and manila shawl!

  • No Lights No Lycra Canberra

    #dance #move #exercise #art #photography #movement #love #beauty #inspiration #dancing #bellydance #tribal #ballet Flamenco dancer. Love the movement of her fringed shawl. Fierce yet contained energy.

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One last flamenco photo! Im leaving for Barcelona today! Dont worry, as always, I have pictures in my queue.

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In her prime my mom would have worn something like this, while she danced. :-)

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Reversal of Figure/Ground... sort of. Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity.

“We dance a solitude that we have inside us and cannot occupy with anything. This gap, that emptiness to which we put movement is the tango.” Carlos Gavito