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Dancers in the Parks Bloopers

And don’t forget to check out our first ten sessions at Dancers in the Parks.

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Holland Rink Playground – Courtney Sutherland

Another chilly morning, this time with very wet grass that quickly resulted in that squishy in the socks feeling. Holland Rink Playground shows no signs of a rink of any sort, ever since Interstate 290 cut through the city and took a good portion of this park with it. Only a slide, a couple of swing sets, basketball courts, and a baseball field remain.

More at the Dancers in the Parks website.

42°17’29.01″ N 71°46’51.29″ W

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Cristoforo Colombo Park – Rachele Perla

Bright sun is always difficult to work with, but I think we used it to our advantage under the bandshell at Cristoforo Colombo Park.

If you’d like to be considered for dancing/posing in the series, please ask to join the dancer group.

42° 15′ 58.34″ N, 71° 47′ 7.13″ W

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Ramshorn Island Park – Emily Glick

Emily braved the crumbling RT 9 bridge over Lake Quinsigamond to get this fun shot at Ramshorn Island Park.

If you’d like to be considered for dancing/posing in the series, please ask to join the dancer group.

42° 16′ 26.68″ N, 71° 45′ 26.18″ W


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Burncoat Park – Courtney Costa

Thanks to Courtney for being the second dancer for the Dancers in the Parks series. It was a chilly and very damp morning when we began the shoot at Burncat Park, and she performed bravely and beautifully.

If you’d like to be considered for dancing/posing in the series, please ask to join the dancer group.

More information about Burncoat Park at the City of Worcester website.

42° 17′ 32.77″ N, 71° 47′ 10.28″ W


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Dodge Park-Emily Stomski

The first session was at Dodge Park, where the Asian Beetle infestation decimated what was formerly a heavily wooded park.

More information about Dodge Park at the City of Worcester website.

42°17’53.75″ N 71°47’38.93″ W


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