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Bertil Nilsson Dance Photography

The amazing art of dancing is captured by the lens of Bertil Nilsson, who draws inspiration from movement and human body, creating a final spectacular result. The London-based photographer and filmmaker has worked closely with dancers and circus artists for five years throughout Europe and North bringing out an inspiring project, all gathered in his book Undisclosed: Images of the Contemporary Circus Artist.
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10 Jan 2014 14:21:00
Lebanese students dance during “The Big Dance” event in downtown Beirut, near the parliament May 9, 2015. Around 900 students took part in the annual event organised by British Council's global project, which aims to develop connections between schools in Britain and Lebanon. (Photo by Aziz Taher/Reuters)

Lebanese students dance during “The Big Dance” event in downtown Beirut, near the parliament May 9, 2015. About 1000 students from all over Lebanon gather and take part in a joint dance with the aim of encouraging people to get into dance and increase fitness levels. This initiative is part of the British Council's project, Connecting Classrooms which aims at building links between schools in the UK and Lebanon. (Photo by Aziz Taher/Reuters)
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10 May 2015 11:29:00
Members of Team Italy are seen underwater as they perform in the synchronised swimming team free routine preliminary at the Aquatics World Championships in Kazan, Russia July 28, 2015. (Photo by Michael Dalder/Reuters)

Members of Team Italy are seen underwater as they perform in the synchronised swimming team free routine preliminary at the Aquatics World Championships in Kazan, Russia July 28, 2015. (Photo by Michael Dalder/Reuters)
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29 Jul 2015 11:03:00
A medium performs the religious dance "Narsingh Avatar" during the traditional Kartik dance festival at Patan Durbar Square in Lalitpur, Nepal November 24, 2015. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)

A medium performs the religious dance "Narsingh Avatar" during the traditional Kartik dance festival at Patan Durbar Square in Lalitpur, Nepal November 24, 2015. Observed for eight days, the festival is the longest dance festival in Nepal, and features a mix of drama, music and dialogues introduced by King Siddhinarsingh Malla in 1637 AD. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)
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26 Nov 2015 08:04:00
Hungarian pole dancing champion Zsofia Komenda performs during the rehearsal of her unique show on a suspended pole in Budapest's Grand Circus, Hungary, June 17, 2016. (Photo by Laszlo Balogh/Reuters)

Hungarian pole dancing champion Zsofia Komenda performs during the rehearsal of her unique show on a suspended pole in Budapest's Grand Circus, Hungary, June 17, 2016. (Photo by Laszlo Balogh/Reuters)
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18 Jun 2016 13:17:00
People help a dancer as he falls on stilts in honor of Saint Mary Magdalene in a street for the traditional “Danza de Los Zancos” (Los Zancos Dance), in the small town of Anguiano, northern Spain, Saturday, July 23, 2016. (Photo by Alvaro Barrientos/AP Photo)

People help a dancer as he falls on stilts in honor of Saint Mary Magdalene in a street for the traditional “Danza de Los Zancos” (Los Zancos Dance), in the small town of Anguiano, northern Spain, Saturday, July 23, 2016. As an ancient tradition for more than 4th centuries, eight young people from the town balance on stilts down the old street, turning to the sound of folk music played on a pipe and drum. (Photo by Alvaro Barrientos/AP Photo)
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25 Jul 2016 11:36:00
Nine year old Maria Palkina dancing with dogs. (Photo by Andrey Seliverstov/Caters News Agency)

This beautiful set of images capture the moment a young ballet dancer interacts with her four-legged friends against some iconic backdrops including the Church of the Savior on Blood and the Admiralty building in Saint Petersburg. The enchanted photos were taken by Andrey Seliverstov, 59 from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Here: Nine year old Maria Palkina dancing with dogs. (Photo by Andrey Seliverstov/Caters News Agency)
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15 Oct 2017 07:56:00
Orange dancing frog discovered by a team headed by University of Delhi professor Sathyabhama Das Biju in the jungle mountains of southern India. (Photo by Satyabhama Das Biju/AP Photo)

This undated photograph shows one of the 14 new species of so-called dancing frogs discovered by a team headed by University of Delhi professor Sathyabhama Das Biju in the jungle mountains of southern India. The study listing the new species brings the number of known Indian dancing frogs to 24 and attempts the first near-complete taxonomic sampling of the single-genus family found exclusively in southern India's lush mountain range called the Western Ghats, which stretches 1,600 kilometers (990 miles) from the west state of Maharashtra down to the country's southern tip. (Photo by Satyabhama Das Biju/AP Photo)
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09 May 2014 08:50:00