ice ice baby

this morning, while the rest of my lazy family was still asleep, i decided to drive down to piermont and take a stroll on the pier. it was a little bit chilly.

(click to enlarge – they look cooler)

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it was also incredibly, unbelievably, stunningly beautiful and wonderfully invigorating! mother nature never ceases to amaze me. 

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in unrelated news, yesterday our studio re-opened after a two week break for the holidays. the intermediate and advanced kids were welcomed back by octogenarian guest teacher  nina novak, ( former ballet russes ballerina) who i must say, gives a decidedly wicked class ; ) my ballerina daughter has mentioned how incredibly sore she is at least a hundred thousand times so far today. go nina!

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7 Responses to ice ice baby

  1. RO says:

    Wow that must be awesome, such an established (ex)ballerina to teach! Lovely!
    And those pictures… gorgeous!!!!! I can’t imagine how cold it must be out there right now! We are experiencing REALLY soft weather for this time of year here in The Netherlands!

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  3. bethwarstadt says:

    The pictures are so beautiful and haunting that I had to re-blog. Thank you so much for sharing.

  4. bethwarstadt says:

    Reblogged this on Beth Warstadt and commented:
    We’re cold, but they are having winter. Her photos are absolutely stunning.

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