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Lanii  Douglas

Joined March 2010

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Up a steep and very narrow stairway.
To the voice like a metronome.
Up a steep and very narrow stairway.
It wasn’t paradise…
It wasn’t paradise…
It wasn’t paradise…
But it was home.

The windows of the studio where I took dance
classes as a child/teen.
The owner was Barry, who parked his very expensive sports car in the big shopping centre carpark and often left the keys in the roof. He also had a way to make EVERY student feel special and worthy. All the staff (and there were many) were there purely for the love of the kids and dance. It was a very unique place and although people have tried, I don’t think that atmosphere will ever be caught again.
The studio was above a large shop in the middle of the CBD. The barre ran along the window and the little kids who couldn’t reach held onto the window sill.
I think it has been used as office space since the studio closed some 20ish years ago.
It’s been empty for some time and is up for lease. It would be nice to see children have dance class there again.

Shot with Percival Pentax from level 3 of the shopping centre carpark opposite.
Frankston, Victoria, Australia.

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