MM 4-02 Madrid Dancer

We were walking around Madrid one day during our 2010 trip to Spain and we found ourselves at the Plaza Major, a popular tourist spot. My wife decided to do some shopping and so I decided to relax for a while with a sangria and watch and listen to some flamenco music. Leanne’s theme this week for her Monochrome Madness Challenge is moving or movement. Well, this Spanish dancer made a lot of moves that day and I captured one of them with this shot which will be my entry for this week’s Challenge.

Flamenco dancer in Madrid’s Plaza Major.

Click on the photo to see a slightly larger version of the photo.

Australian photographer Leanne Cole hosts the weekly Monochrome Madness Challenge. Drop by her website on Thursday (Wednesday in North America and Europe) to see how photographers from all over the world are interpreting her movement theme in monochrome.

Bonus picture: Guess what we brought back from Spain for our four-year-old granddaughter?

Our 4-year-old granddaughter showing off her flamenco dancer costume in 2010.  She’s now 11 and prefers Irish dancing. She also sings and plays the piano.

 

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I am a family man with interests in family history, photography, history and travel.
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6 Responses to MM 4-02 Madrid Dancer

  1. disperser says:

    Nice . . . on both interpretations.

  2. great image of movement! Love flamenco and your adorable granddaughter!

  3. Amy says:

    Love the photo of your granddaughter, she is talented!

  4. mvschulze says:

    Beautiful images starring two pretty dancers, and the cutest one of all with the gorgeous smile and castanets. M 🙂

  5. Peter Klopp says:

    What a wonderful picture of your granddaughter! Her smile and her sparkling eyes say it all. She loves music and enjoys dancing.

  6. anne leueen says:

    Great pictures and I love the costume and the shoes your granddaughter has on! Que linda! How pretty!

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