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In Zevenaar we often have "musical weekends". Different themes, Jazz festivals, Wind Organs, Blues, "oom-pah" bands, choirs, all sorts.
Last weekend it was the turn of the line-dancers.
Usually a grumpy looking lot, this year they put on a pretty good show, a-stomping and a-stamping.
The Indian chief and his squaw were an added bonus, they knew all the steps and there wasn't any fight'n.
28th Aug 2008, 08:43   | tags:,,

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taniwha says:

Someone highlight the top one! wonderful.

28th Aug 2008, 09:01

i agree!! that roof is ace and the floor looks fabulous for stomping with cowboy boots!

28th Aug 2008, 09:32

Flippin' great set!

28th Aug 2008, 10:24

OJ says:

I love the linedancing shots. Especially the last one.

28th Aug 2008, 11:20

Jane Doe says:

Great set

28th Aug 2008, 11:32

JokerXL says:

:-)
Tnx guys!
The roof was a big cargo-parachute suspended from a crane, this is all set up outside on the town square.
The floor was indeed very springy. i rested my camera on it for a low-level shot, the all "stomped" together and the thing shot in the air!

28th Aug 2008, 12:23

hildegard says:

Great pics & this is exactly as close as I want to be.
They scare me.

28th Aug 2008, 13:45

crickson says:

Great shots - the top one's superb.

28th Aug 2008, 15:16

mara says:

I love them all

28th Aug 2008, 16:41

Caine says:

Great series, Joker. Squaw is kind of like Kut, only worse. Not the best word to describe a woman. ;)

28th Aug 2008, 20:34

JokerXL says:

"Kut" is not good, no.
I take back "Squaw"
What should she be referred to as then?

28th Aug 2008, 20:37

Caine says:

Woman? ;D There are all manner of words for woman, in each particular tribal language. I live in primarily Dakota and Lakota (what people call Sioux. Sioux is French.) country, with a large population of Ojibwe. Um, Oglala for woman is Wiyan, pronounced Winyan.

28th Aug 2008, 22:22

MaggieD says:

Ace set of pics, esp the top one ...

29th Aug 2008, 20:57