Ballet flash dancing through space and time

Re: Syria. Just remember, when all seems lost, that anything is possible, anywhere, anytime, and for any random “reason.” We need but unlock our imaginations to see through the dense, invisible helmets on our heads formed by our (closed, firm, certain, better-than-thou) “belief systems.” Our belief helmets protect us from the shock of creative fire and (pretend to) set (arbitrary) limits, for each of us, on the quantum field of infinite possibility.

Open. Open. Open.

Meaningful today, for me, these photos. Thanks to Siri.

Ballet Dancers in Random Situations

September 4, 2013

by Rebekah Rhoden

New Photography

This incredible photography series by Jordan Matter illustrates the unbelievable talent of ballet dancers. Set in random situations, the elegance of the dancers contrasts starkly with their mundane background.

It’s an amazing tribute to the skill and grace of this beautiful and elegant art form.

Seattle - Claire Conaty

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SEATTLE – CLAIRE CONATY
Towson, MD - Rachel Bell

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TOWSON, MD – RACHEL BELL
Sarasota, FL - Danielle Brown

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SARASOTA, FL – DANIELLE BROWN
Times Square, NYC - Jeffrey Smith

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TIMES SQUARE, NYC – JEFFREY SMITH
Chicago - Angela Dice and Demetrius McClendon

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CHICAGO – ANGELA DICE AND DEMETRIUS MCCLENDON
San Francisco - Sharon Gallagher

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SAN FRANCISCO – SHARON GALLAGHER
Baltimore - Rachel Bell

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BALTIMORE – RACHEL BELL
Times Square, NYC - Michael Jagger and Evita Arce

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TIMES SQUARE, NYC – MICHAEL JAGGER AND EVITA ARCE
Santa Monica, CA - Jill Wilson and Jacob Jonas

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SANTA MONICA, CA – JILL WILSON AND JACOB JONAS
Washington, DC - Sun Chong, with his mother

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WASHINGTON, DC – SUN CHONG, WITH HIS MOTHER
New York City - Luke McCollum

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NEW YORK CITY – LUKE MCCOLLUM
Central Park, NYC - Jason Macdonald

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CENTRAL PARK, NYC – JASON MACDONALD
Macys, NYC - Annmaria Mazzini

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MACYS, NYC – ANNMARIA MAZZINI
VIP Heliport, NYC - Marcella Guarino

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VIP HELIPORT, NYC – MARCELLA GUARINO
Columbus Circle, NYC - Michelle Fleet

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COLUMBUS CIRCLE, NYC – MICHELLE FLEET

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rebekah is a graphic design student living in South Carolina obsessed with all things design, technology, and J. Crew. When she’s not frantically working on projects for class, you can usually find her drinking large amounts of coffee with her laptop close beside.

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