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Beautiful feet. Dancers have the most beautiful feet, yet the ugliest. Paradox.

tutus like that are the best!

Anastasia Matvienko in Don Quixote. Photo (c) Stas Levshin. Don Quixote was brought from Russia to other countries first by Anna Pavlova’s company in 1924 in an abridged version of Gorsky’s 1902 production. The famous Grand Pas de Deux from the ballet’s final scene was staged in the west as early as the 1940s.

“Dance as though no one is watching you. Love as though you have never been hurt before. Sing as though no one can hear you. Live as though heaven is on earth.”

svetlana zakharova - blog ZsaZsa Bellagio: ballet

those feet...those muscles...ah!

Why, in spite of the eating disorders, the body exhaustion, and the long term damage and deformities, will ballet continue to exist?... Because it's just simply beautiful.

whenever I wait in the wings, I always look up at the rafters of the stage and wonder what it would be like to be up there, looking down on the spectacle. This captures that moment of anticipation and thrill right before going onstage. Love it.

Avery turns 4 years old today and the first thing she says to me this morning 'can I do ballet now, mom?' :)

Something I will never do....never hope to do..and yet this person is doing it...i am watching in delight!