Capoeira Part II






Here have more Capoeira action pictures in the open roda in the Westin Resort Macau!

They were singing and dancing, this was a very exciting performance!

If you want to know more about Capoeira or want to learn it, here is the link to the Group

Axe Capoeira de Macau 澳門巴西戰舞 - Mestre Eddy Murphy in the Facebook:

 
   
 
 
 

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Singing and dacing like fighting is the charateristic of the Capoeira!


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The kids were dancing and kicking


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Kicking!
 

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Tumbling!


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Match of the kid and adult


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Some Capoeira students


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Get ready to dance and fight!


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Let's dance!


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Party time!








34 comments:

  1. 明哥捕捉得真好
    如有video 就可以更完全到欣賞到他們的舞蹈了~

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  2. To me it's more like a dance sometimes!
    Can these people really fight without the music? Ha ha...

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  3. 多謝San哥哥欣賞! 我都有用Josephine的DC拍了一些影片,
    有時間整理一下才放上來給大家看看, 他們的舞蹈真的很精彩!

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  4. Capoeira is a dance but I will think about attack and defense too!
    I'm sure they can also fight because they are fit and strong!

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  5. this is nice, we can learn martial art cum dancing both are integrated together...with music then you wouldnt feel bored and i find it more interesting than yoga and pilates, yoga too soft and pilates too hard....thanks yr great post ya

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  6. wow wow... did you learn capoeira too?

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  7. Hi first time here! Nice photos of the capoeira dance!

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  8. Thanks Winnt! I'm so glad that you like my pictures
    and you so interesting to the Capoeira!
    I hope you can learn it soon!

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  9. To FuFu,
    No, I didn't learn Capoeira, I'm too lazy to do
    exercise... and it's too hard for me...

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  10. Thanks foongpc! I'm glad that you like my photos!
    Nice to meet you!

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  11. I am always confused with Capoeira, is it a type of dance/exercise or is it a type of martial art from Brazil? Can't really pinpoint its exact purposes.

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  12. Thanks Ai Shiang, I found the definition of Capoeira in Wikipedia:
    Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian art form that combines
    elements of martial arts, music, and dance.

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  13. See, I told you it's a combination of kungfu, music and dance.
    So they cannot kungfu without the music or the dance. Ha ha...

    Anyway, yeah you should really go and shoot those water pumps in Macao and show them to us! Macao is a small place but I am sure you have many interesting stuff.

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  14. 巴西戰舞好大運動量 a_a
    不過係跳舞都好大運動量架啦應該haha

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  15. To London Caller! Hmmm... may be is the music make them high...
    So I will learn music and dance first!

    Macau is a photography paradise, have beautiful
    portuguese style buildings and many interesting
    stuff! I will take more photos and show them later!

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  16. 係呀Kay! 巴西戰舞一定可以keep fit而且好好玩,
    不過運動量真係好大, 我真係冇咩運動細胞, 唔係我都會學!

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  17. Mei Teng do you mean 飛腳? Haha!
    That's I said with Josephine boy friend Master Chu Chai,
    need to becareful her flying legs, so strong!

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  18. This is indeed a fun exercise with this kind of music! Especially with your excellent shots, I really feel the action in there :)

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  19. Thanks micki! I'm glad that you like these Capoeira photos!
    I think many people are interesting!

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  20. i like the song... where can i get it?

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  21. Thanks Lily Riani, you can find "Capoeira Ligeira" in youtube!

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  22. Ola querido!! Love Capoeira very very very brasilian!!!

    hehe

    Kisses

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  23. Obrigado querida Petra Mafalda!
    Viva Capoeira!

    Bom fim de semana!

    Beijos

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  24. Ciao Rafael, the emotion of which you speak through and I can even live through your excellent photos!
    Have a good week end!

    P.S. the statue of Constantine I is precisely that of an emperor

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  25. Looks like capoeira is gaining popularity in Macau! I can see lots of leg sweeps, flying kicks and headbutts :)

    The cord-like belt caught my attention. Interesting.

    CAPOEIRA ROCKS!

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  26. Editing a show with perfect pictures! Is Brazilian swing!

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  27. Ciao Siarada! Thanks for your appreciation!
    Have a nice weekend for you too!

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  28. Thanks Alex! Yeah, they have many attack actions!
    They have different colors of cord belt,
    Master has red and beginner is white!

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  29. Thanks tossan! I'm glad that you like my pictures!
    I like this Brazilian art too!

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  30. your photos are always so beautiful!
    I like your latest series! :))
    Bye !!

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  31. Thanks Mahon! I'm flattered by your compliment!
    See you!

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  32. wow looks like they're getting serious now... ur 5d mark II can capture indoor action without flash?

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  33. Thanks lechua! I can use 5D mark II with higher
    ISO for indoor shooting, so I didn't need to use flash!
    I usually will use RAW because I can make the pictures brighter when I change them to JPEG!

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