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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Ballerina, Toy Soldiers and Mousey Kids

More photos from the Charity Concert yesterday. Actually it is also shown tonight.

How graceful the ballerina is. ooo.. those toes must be painful!



These kids posing as toy soldiers and mice is quite interesting! How much hard work they have put in!



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8 comments:

zakscloset said...

very cute!

Olivier said...

tes photos du spectacle sont très belles, bravo

Your photos of the show are very beautiful, bravo

isabella said...

You take such vibrant pictures!
Hope you enjoyed the show.

As children we saw Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" ballet almost every Christmas (a family tradition).
As an adult, however, the last time I went to a ballet was in Paris, in 2004!

alex said...

How elegant. It is a difficult shot isn't when they were dancing.

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Dan said...

My daughters were ballerinas and the point dancing was very painful when they first started. The sole of the dance shoe is reinforced with wood or some other stiff material to help out a bit but it is quite the task to make this look elegant and effortless.

Keropok Man said...

Thanks for dropping by and the comments.

Yes, the show was enjoyable. I always wonder, how the ballerinas rest their feet after performing.

Painful!

Joy said...

They all look so graceful and beautiful.

Please forgive me if my visit to you blog in the next couple of weeks will be slightly intermittent, as I am home in Manila spending some lovely time with my closest and dearest, while basking in the sun. Your visits to my blog/s, however, are much appreciated!

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Ming the Merciless said...

How cute!?!?!

I have never seen The Nutcracker ballet before even though they have the show every year in the city.

I guess I don't want to pay $100 to see a bunch of people running around on the stage. :-)