Wednesday, September 16, 2009

just wow


bharatanatyam
Originally uploaded by bharatanatyam 2009
I can't add anything to this. Except maybe the name of the dancer - Varsha Uma of Chennai. She's a student of SriDevi Nrithalaya. By the way, in this photo she is about 13. I need another lifetime to be reborn so I can start dancing at 6.
http://sridevinrithyalaya.org/achievers.html

9 comments:

Vinod_Sharma said...

Wow indeed! The bigger you make the picture, the more amazing it gets.

Vinod_Sharma said...

Wow indeed! The bigger you make the picture, the more amazing it gets.

vistet said...

I´m almost afraid to look here , I can feel the nails touching the stone ... or not.

It also made me think about another display of precise body language , I guess you´ve already seen this :

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bde_gnas/sets/72157600819253275/

I love what the pictures tells about his contact with the people involved , and the effort to learn about the meanings.

Linda_We said...

Hello Sirensongs,
I would like to get in touch with you about a wonderful picture you have taken of the Tibetan State Nechung Oracle. I work with an exhibition about "the history of the mind" and one part of it is about oracles, both in history and now. My question is if it would be possible to use your image to illustrate this. I work for a small organisation and we do not have much money but of course we will pay something if we can use it!
Please e-mail me at linda@inrerum.com

相約 said...

Great minds think alike........................................

Jessica Lauren said...

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If you have a moment or two, please amuse yourself with my new creation. I would greatly appreciate the brief moment of adoration and any suggestions.

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Thank You.

Indian Dance said...

Caroline, did you see this boy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WX7s9reTmQ0&#t=2m0s

Vikas Gupta said...

Long time no post! Hope you are doing fine.

Louisa said...

It's great to see you back! I'd be very interested to hear the kinds of reverse culture perceptions you experience going back to US.. I keep thinking of going to India.. and thinking and thinking LOL. It's great to see a female point of view of things. Meanwhile in your absence I've immersed myself in music making, the international language without words www.indreba.co.uk if you're interested, and that's another place where I was able to lose myself ;0)