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The king brings Imaginarium to a close.
…an intricate spell she weaves…
I’ve always thought of dance as a type of spell casting.
A symbol of my love.
Admiring her ancestors, perhaps?
She’s watching you.
She knows what you’re up to, and she’s not happy.
She’s not looking for evidence.
She’s doesn’t need proof.
She merely waits for the perfect opportunity.
There’s something sensual about the mask, and mysterious.
It’s often about letting go of who you have made yourself to be and allowing yourself to be who you are meant to be.
Perhaps sometimes, we should wear more masks.
The dark side, of course, is that many will wear the mask to hide who they are, or to […]
In the courtyard of the Ringling Museum.
Imaginarium returns Monday!