Whirling and Twirling

Tornadoes are a weather pattern I have never experienced nor photographed and I have no wish to be a tornado chaser in my future. As I pondered my response to the OWPC challenge topic – Tornado, the phrase ” a whirlwind of activity” came to mind. With that my mind started to spin and like a tornado gained momentum.

Memories of joyous whirling twirling dances came to mind. Dances I had captured on camera. Like a tornado these dancers twirled and whirled and gained momentum, they displayed a powerful energy. Unlike the angry and destructive and often fatal tornado, these dancers expounded a joyful and positive exciting energy and a great love of life.

Indian folk dancing in Udaipur India

Indian Folk Dancing - Udaipur

Indian Whirling Dervishes in Pushkar India

Sexy smokey cabaret in Cuba

Elegant, dramatic, romantic Flamenco in Cuba

Yoroshiku Onegai shimasuimages (1)

Leanne

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4 responses to “Whirling and Twirling

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  3. Thank You Jennifer. This challenge really had me challenged for a bit as I had nothing more literal. When I get stuck like that, I tend to start going through all sorts of word association and adjectives and that’s where the whirling and movement and energy ides came up.

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