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Celebrate Ballet Day With Lots Of Applauses E-mail
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Celebrate Ballet Day With Lots Of Applauses

There's a good reason why Titanic's Rose couldn't stay on her toes longer than she did. It's damn hard! Those pink silk shoes hide black nails, swollen wounds, and deformed toes. It takes much more than 8 wiki steps to become a swan.

While there is no record of the inaugural Ballet Day celebration, there are two explanations why it's celebrated on February 7. Ballet was introduced to the United States on February 7, 1827 at the Bowery Theatre. Also, February 7, 1668 was the day when the Dutch Prince William III danced in the premiere of the “Ballet of Peace.”

Are you a ballet dancer yourself? Share your experience in the comments, or upload your pics to the list!

Amazing Reflections Of Puddles In New York's Streets E-mail
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Amazing Reflections Of Puddles In New York's Streets

Not to long ago we shared some beautiful reflection photographers from photographer Guido Gutiérrez Ruiz taken in the streets of Toronto, Canada. This time New York-based photographer Darlene Ollerenshaw has an equally as stunning set of photos of puddle reflections taken in her home city.

Each of them manages to capture an almost parallel world as New York's bright lights, neon signs and busy street life is reflected against a still and calm looking puddle. It's a beautiful contrast that's incredibly satisfying to look at.

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