Something you may not know about me by Kippenhill, via Flickr
1950s AMUSEMENT PARK FERRIS WHEEL
Bristol Circus | circus | hoop | fly | jump high | love | black & white | photography | entertain | light | action
Circus-themed party - put 2 sheets over the front of the house so it's like walking into a tent to get in. Put a sign above the entranceway - come one come all or the name of the circus.
Degas, Edgar (1834-1917) - 1879 Mlle La La at the Circus Fernando (National Gallery, London)
Ninjas descending on the targets via ropes. This is how it all begins.
Edwardian era circus performer Pansy Chinery (c. 1916) dangling in the air by her teeth.
Clown Talk (c.1905) Discussion musicale Vintage photographic postcard, c.1905, uncirculated, divided back, published by A. Bergeret & Cie, Nancy, France.
Circus Equestrienne, Jean Metzinger, French, 1924, Metropolitan Museum of Art collection
1890s ~ the oldest contortionist on earth packs himself into a box, 23" long, 19" deep, & 16" wide, and allows any gentleman in the audience to pack 6 dozen soda water bottles into the box after him
Maybe not a rope exactly, but it would be cool if we had something like this and maybe whoever was walking on the rope, could have an umbrella.