Thursday, September 30, 2010

Ballet


Yeah, these photos are of my old ballet class before we did a recital and a photo I took of my ballet shoes. I was the smallest in the class so I'm the little shorty on the end. My mum took this photo and I edited it, I love it.

7 comments:

  1. I love ballet... I do practise still and it's my favourite moment of the day.

    I love dancer-shoes and dancer style.

    I have published a post in my blog about a very beautiful fashion-advertisement perhaps you will like... do you want to watch it? Its there:

    http://www.inmyshoes.es/2010/07/moda-danza-zakharova-piguets.html

    KSSS.
    Nice blog!

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  3. M.R.G thankyou for the link, it was beautiful.

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  4. aww wow, ballet is so cute but i don't think i would ever be able to do it! My co-ordination and balance is shocking!
    x

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  5. so cute :D


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