“In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty."
- Phil Ochs
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princess-russia:

Download the waltz/ballet fragment from the Sochi 2014 Olympics opening ceremony: http://goo.gl/H9OMPi

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Gene Tierney in Never Let Me Go in 1953.

Gene Tierney in Never Let Me Go in 1953.

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Jennifer Connelly in Étoile (1989)

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lacalaveracatrina:

"The Red Shoes" (1948)

lacalaveracatrina:

"The Red Shoes" (1948)

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enchantingimagery:

Moira Shearer in Powell and Pressburger’s stupendous The Tales of Hoffmann.

enchantingimagery:

Moira Shearer in Powell and Pressburger’s stupendous The Tales of Hoffmann.

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The Star (L’etoile), Edgar Degas. 1878.

The Star (L’etoile), Edgar Degas. 1878.

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faeofthewildwood:

Snow Nymphs performing their dances in the wind.

faeofthewildwood:

Snow Nymphs performing their dances in the wind.

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coldtothebones:

Black and White swan.

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anotherballetblog:

Diana Vishneva in Kenneth MacMillan’s “Manon” - American Ballet Theatre

anotherballetblog:

Diana Vishneva in Kenneth MacMillan’s “Manon” - American Ballet Theatre

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Gene Tierney on the set of Never Let Me Go (1953)

Gene Tierney on the set of Never Let Me Go (1953)

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Gene Tierney in Never Let Me Go (1953)

Gene Tierney in Never Let Me Go (1953)

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Jennifer Connelly in Étoile (1989).

Jennifer Connelly in Étoile (1989).

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cavetocanvas:

Laurie SimmonsBallet series, 1982-83

Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010)

Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010)

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indigodreams:

(She, the ballerina, was raised from the dead, and became an angelic butterfly.) The Double Life of Veronique 1991

indigodreams:

(She, the ballerina, was raised from the dead, and became an angelic butterfly.) The Double Life of Veronique 1991

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