Amazing Grace

There is no particular theme to-day. I just want to share some interesting bits I have stumbled across while looking for other things. The first I particularly like… it is called Le vent (remix by Benjamin Violet). Marina Kanno and Giacomo Bevilaqua from Staatsballett, Berlin perform several jumps captured in slow motion at 1000 frames per second.  I find it fascinating to watch the movements in slow motion… it is so incredibly fluid and graceful, and the lift is amazing. Click on the arrow to see the slow motion video.

As for the rest, well let me know what you think.

Here is Richard Clayderman playing Ave Maria, The Phantom Of The Opera, and What a Wonderful World.  Pictures are attributed to”best net photo artist”.

Clayderman’s music seemed a rather odd juxtaposition with the images in some instances!

If you enjoyed the  photos  take a look at these “mind-bending gothic patterns on cathedral ceilings”  I really like the radial symmetry.

They are from a quirky and unpredictable blog called “So Bad, So Good.”

Here Andre Rieu plays Amazing Grace, with a very long introduction and a little help from his friends.

Yes, amazing hardly describes it.

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