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    skipping rope. makes me dizzy

    • James Kurtzleben

      ‘Acrobats over Chicago 1955’ Remember when you get nervous... that you cld be jumping rope over Chicago. <3

    • Mahala Knight

      Photo by LIFE's John Dominis ~ A female performer skips [by use of a skipping rope] above Chicago ~ 1955

    • Visual Communication

      Jasmine Perry - This photograph tastefully grabs a viewers attention by using the element of depth to depict a bazaar photo of a girl jumping rope in a high place. The black and white with flat lighting creates an ambiguity, leaving your mind to wonder if the photo is real or not. The photographer also represents beautification as it captures the movement of a busy street from a birds eye view into a gratifying photo.

    • Lidia Colombo

      An acrobat jumping rope high above Jackson Blvd, c.1947, Chicago

    • Debra Mikalauskas

      #women #jump rope #heights #acrobat #fear #vintage #dare devils

    • John Bullock

      An acrobat jumping rope high over Chicago, 1947

    • Sandi Lightfoot

      Acrobats jumping rope over Chicago, 1955

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    Gotta love this shot by LIFE's John Dominis a tamale performer skips rope above Chicago 1955

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