The theme: There’s rhythm and motion all around us — this week, let’s capture some of it in a photo.
When I let my brain loose, allowing it to absorb what’s around me without trying to process anything in particular, what it often detects is choreography — unmistakable dance moves, often in unexpected places.
It can be the organized chaos of a subway platform at rush hour, with hundreds of people making their way in and out of trains without missing a beat. Sometimes it’s a team of cooks frenetically at work in a restaurant’s open kitchen, or a flock of puffins swimming in tandem with the precision of a corps de ballet.
Or it can be palm trees in the California desert, swaying and rustling on a recent afternoon after a surprise storm shook them out of their midday stupor.
The above photos have some sort of rhythm in them. I see dance as an art which is related to the movement of the body.
We dance un-intentionally in our steps, the way we walk, talk, laugh et al. Dance can be depicted through various ways. Dance is a form of expression or a medium of social interaction. A typical Dance flows well with good music.
In response to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Dance.