Seattle Tribal Bellydance at Greenwood Seafair Parade!


A group comprised of inFusion Tribal, Nomaditude, and students of mine collaborated to perform in the 59th annual Greenwood Seafair Parade, and boy did we have fun! We have lots of photos from many different sources, so poke around these links to see how beautiful everyone looked! Thanks to the dancers, our Parade Pals, and the parade organizers for all they did to make this fun day possible!

Here is a collection of photographs from various sources around the web, from friends and fans!
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=95578&id=780707662&saved

In case you can't view the Facebook album, here are some other sources of images, some of which overlap the album above.

My Mother-in-Law took these pics while walking in the parade with us:
http://picasaweb.google.com/clarabear43/GreenwoodParade2009#

This was a photographer at the parade, posted on his Flikr account:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kfo/3756457658/in/set-72157621704414713/

The parade was fun and a new challenge for us, and it was a beautiful day for it! Everyone looked so amazing, and rolled with the changes throughout this fun evening, which we capped off with food and drinks at Snoose Junction. We are already looking forward to next year!

3 comments:

  1. You guys look so beeeyoutiful!!! Festivals and parades are so much fun...our two big ones are the Olympia Procession of the Species, and Capital City Pride. Those two we look forward all year long! I must say, it has "never rained on our parades"! (well, it can't rain on ones featuring belly dancers now, can it ;) )

    -elisa

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  2. Aw thanks Elisa! I was so proud of them! Some had never performed before, and they costumed up and danced danced danced under unusual circumstances. It was fabulous!
    I hope ya didn't jinx your good weather streak!!

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  3. You're welcome! You all look like you are having enormous amounts of fun. I remember my first Procession...ahhhh good times!!!
    Oh, OT, a couple of weeks ago we practiced quartets in class...and when it was my turn to lead I didn't stop to think of what to do next FOR THE FIRTS TIME!!! wooooo I'm so proud of myself!!!

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