This weeks challenge from V.J. is:
Maybe balance has a particular meaning for you; or maybe you’d best explain in photographs or art.
Life seems to be all about finding your balance, but falling over appears to be an integral part of my learning how to find that balance.
Some of you may know that I do quite a bit of European dancing, here balance is very important from finding your own inner balance, your balance with a partner, and your balance within the crowd on the dance floor, happily my falls here are few and far between.
So here is a picture of balance in action, our tutors showing us how to dance and find balance, and the balance of the music between dancer and musician.
‘Bourrée’, Pentreffest Rudry Festival, 2017.
For those of you who are not friends on Facebook, here are some photos taken in October 2018 of this years Pentreffest Autumn festival.
Pentreffest Rudry 2018 [60 photos].
For this weeks B&W challenge Cee asks:
This week the topic is Anything Related to Music. This is a topic you can really have enjoy. Let’s see how creative you can get. I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post.
So here is a picture of the marvelous Cecilia who came and played for us at the 2018 Pentreffest Rudry festival.
For those of you who are not friends on Facebook, or GPlus here are the photos that I have been working on over the last few weeks, taken at this years Pentreffest Rudry dance festival.
So here is a link to the Photos: [59 Photos]
This week the topic for is Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge Music.
So here is a photo from Pentreffest Rudry 2015 – a set of photos that I am taking a woefully long time to edit!
Music and Dance – Inseparable
This weeks photo challenge asks us to post pictures of Dance. These could be unmistakable dance moves, often in unexpected places or focus on objects, animals, or people, actually dancing, or not.
Those of you who know me will realise I should have a ready supply of Dance related material. And therefore I went with a photo from the 2015 Pentreffest Rudry festival, showing ‘Unmistakable dance moves, in all the expected places.’
This weeks Daily Post Photography challenge is that of Gatherings, so I thought I would post a couple of photos taken at this years Pentreffest festival, a gathering of like minded people who come together to dance, sing, play music, have a good time, and share friendship.
Well I wanted to test out just how the a6000 performed in low light with high ISO, so I took it along to the dance last night, and I was pleasantly surprised.