Carly Anne

“I love the South. I love the drawl. I love the pork lard. I love too much salt and too much sweet. I love the humidity. There is a patina on Southerners. I think it is because of our very dynamic history. There’s a lot of pain that has happened in our history; a lot of mistakes made. But an unfortunate circumstance can turn into an opportunity for greatness. I think the South is great because of all the trying times- the tensions, hardships, wars, and riots. All those things really make a place… Well, for me it makes it home. There is grace in every sorrow. I think that is being Southern.”
— Jennifer Nettles for Southern Living Magazine (via fuzzywhitepeaches)

(Source: atexasbelle, via jnettles)

dancephotography:

Dancer: Kiley Casciano
Photographer: Richard Calmes

dancephotography:

Dancer: Kiley Casciano

Photographer: Richard Calmes

deardanceteam:

When in doubt dance it out.

deardanceteam:

When in doubt dance it out.

isobelarnberg:

"The Ballerina Project" make pictures of ballerinas in city landscapes. Story of my life.

isobelarnberg:

"The Ballerina Project" make pictures of ballerinas in city landscapes. Story of my life.