After living in Madrid for a year, flamenco dancing and the Spanish guitar has a soft spot in your heart. However, the true heart of flamenco is in the south of Spain. The stomps are louder, the ‘clicks’ more powerful, and the looks are more sultry. I just love it! Great series! http://liveitinerantly.com/
I love this photo series! I’ve been excited about this since i read about the 12 part series in GQ magazine. I’m hoping it will give us a little more insight into Scott as a man and not just a street style photographer. I have been waiting for something like this since the all man harmony of Sinatra’s NY NY in one of my fave style videos to date!!! #excited.
The first picture is breathtaking — you wonderfully captured the essence of Flamenco dancing! As a Spaniard I have seen this move tenths of times but only for a fraction of a second before the shawl is back on the dancer’s shoulders. I however agree with Quyen on the fact that if you want to experience the real Flamenco culture, the best place to go is Cadiz in the South. Because — and I say this from the perspective of a Northern Spainard — it’s not only about the dance but also the hand-crafted details on the garments, the “feria” merriness and that self-assured attitude so many covet.