one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
Hmmmm...perhaps this guy forgot to dress? Having said that, much of the fun is that anyone can get up and tango and several guys, wearing shorts and sandals, did just that. This gentleman, in fact, was rather good at it and partnered several ladies.
c'est le tango de l'été. Tenue estivale obligatoire. Belle photo des pieds, j'aime beaucoup
I knew it was a tango the minute I saw the photo! I've watched enough Dancing With the Stars so that I could recognize it. Wonderful photo, Jilly, as always. Thanks!
It's about the moves, not the shoes. :) Made me smile, thanks.
Interesting angle and more shoes! Like it also.
He's got a different partner in each of these photographs. Your images of people always make me want to know more about them, their back story.
The position of the feet, it can only be one thing.
They’re nice sandals in my opinion. Of course I find myself wearing sandals more and more in the summer. I do love her red shoes and summer dress... As one who can dance I will confess, whether its shoes, boots, or sandals our thoughts become part of the dance. It’s like riding a bike, once mastered it’s only a matter of moving our feet. Nice photos also Jilly.
Love the shot. PEter and I watched the tango dancers along the Seine justlast night. We were fascinated by the diversity of the dancing crowd, just like your photo shows so well. And NON, we did not dance, but we watched appreciatively from our seats. My camera acted up so I got only a few. We'll have to see what Peter ended with. Regardless, it was a wonderful evening. The footwork is amazing!
Talk about letting the side down. He could of at least made the effort! Lol!
I have just read Peter in Paris's latest post, and that is all about the Tango too!!
He really looks quite good!!
The gentleman is Hervè.. and was one of my favourite tango partners in Menton! Great photo!:)Simona
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