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Saturday, July 16, 2011
Things I Like: The Traveling Circus
I'm going to start making a weekly "Things I Like" post featuring cool stuff that I'm interested in. Since I love anything that has to do with the circus... I figure this will be a good place to start. I love it so much I've even taught myself how to juggle and ride a unicycle. (Still working on doing both at the same time. Hehe.) Although, what I would really love to do is aerial acrobatics. There are a few places you can take aerial silks classes here in the city and I'm looking into starting soon - I'm excited. Also- There are some really good books out there of old circus imagery from the 20's - 30's. Step Right This Way: The Photographs of Edward J Kelty is definitely worth checking out. Personally, I can look through old photographs for hours.
* If any of these photographs are yours please let me know! I've forgotten the sources.