Tiler Peck, Principal dancer, New York City Ballet, photo by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, NYC Dance Project

“I wish I knew how to take care of my body when I started dancing. Dance is an extremely physically demanding career and it is really important to be good to your body because it is your instrument.” - Tiler Peck, Principal dancer, New York City Ballet

Ballet Extendo

The Tree of Life - ‎photo‬ Roman Shatsky (Роман Шацький), Sakartvelo-Ballet

fairy legs

Inspiring image contrast, dance, shoes, tattoos - Resolution - Find the image to your taste


Ballerina Recreates The Paintings Of Edgar Degas

Misty Copeland recreates Degas masterpieces for Harper’s Bazaar, photo NYC Dance Project.

When I grow up I'm going to be an old woman

When I grow up I'm going to be an old woman

Twyla Tharp, choreographer, dancer at age Photo by the ever-amazing Annie Leibowitz

Collection of photos of incredible beautiful silhouette of ballet dancers where we can see that ballet dancers have bodies like no others.

Love the dance pose in the woods. So cool...

Beautiful Photograph - In the planning stages of a woodland ballerina styled shoot, this just makes me even more excited than I already am!

Not as unusual as you might think.. ballerinas and gymnasts do this often hah

Don't you just hate it when you shorts gap at the waist while doing a sexy back bend on a bridge?

Richard Calmes - Studio Portraits

Silhouette Ballet dancing is known for its grace and elegance, as ballerinas seem to glide across the stage almost effortlessly.

Insert bride here. Don't most large cities have some big ole building like this one could use? ... like an old train station perhaps.

Love the light and shadow dance in this photo. ~Ballet Youth, Rio de Janeiro, 1947 by Thomaz Farkas~