theballetblog:

Lara O’Brien in Les Saltimbanques-Stravinsky: Symphony in C, Chris Walt Photography

Iine study

theballetblog:

Lara O’Brien in Les Saltimbanques-Stravinsky: Symphony in C, Chris Walt Photography

Iine study

Reblogged from The Ballet Blog
Holy places are dark places. It is life and strength, not knowledge and words, that we get in them. Holy wisdom is not clear and thin like water, but thick and dark like blood.
— C.S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces  (via creatingaquietmind)
If you are always concerned about what you look like, ballet becomes a bunch of steps, instead of art.
— Carla Körbes (principal with Pacific Northwest Ballet)
Reblogged from RYANISHKA
penguinteen:

A quote so nice, we’re posting it twice. Enjoy the full interview with John Green here. 

penguinteen:

A quote so nice, we’re posting it twice. Enjoy the full interview with John Green here

Reblogged from teaching literacy.
theballetblog:

In the Middle Somewhat Elevated

theballetblog:

In the Middle Somewhat Elevated

booksnbuildings:

Penguin has in the last few years published a number of very readable books on European history, four examples of which are shown here. I’m on an active quest to mow through them, and can so far warmly recommend what I’ve seen of these breath-takingly epic, detailed, erudite and exciting page-turners.

I think it’s a very commendable enterprise by Penguin, to give us these books that allow for a historical understanding of Europe that takes on the excitingly intermeshed history of this little continent considered as the integrated and complex whole that it actually is, rather than to stare myopically on a single country.

Yes. Must read these…

Reblogged from books n buildings
primaballerina83:

Have no idea who she is but her lines are perfect


Line study 4.

primaballerina83:

Have no idea who she is but her lines are perfect

Line study 4.