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A social whirl

Original post made on May 16, 2008

Ballet Folklorico de Stanford builds a buoyant community

Dance shoes stomp, the sound made bright by nails in their soles. Ceiling fans and swirling skirts kick up a breeze in the small rehearsal room. Ballet Folklorico de Stanford, a group of mostly undergrad and some graduate students, is an especially robust organization these days.

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Posted by Thanks whoever took the photo, a resident of Old Palo Alto
on May 16, 2008 at 6:52 am

The top photo is one of the all time most beautiful photos I have ever seen of folk dancers. The clarity of focus on her face with her focus shining through in the middle of the "flower" of her blurred and whirling dress...Wow. Not the usual smiling woman, all of the photo trying to be in focus.

thanks


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