Whose Legs Are These?
If you are unfamiliar with the finer points of Morris Dancing, one of the things to look out for is the precision with which the dancers complete the moves withing each dance.
Here we see Little Egypt demonstrating the art in all its glory.
The White Horse, Edwardstone, was the venue for this latest performance by Little Egypt.
The quiet lanes that lead to this fine hostelry were perfect for Neville to exercise his squirearchical rights to ride an over-powered and under-driven hog to a venue.
As always, the dancers were supported by members of the Little Egypt Ensemble, including, on this occasion, rock-god Paul "Doo Dah, Doo Dah" Thomson on Banjo.
Such is Little Egypt's enthusiasm for their art form, they will often continue dancing well after dark ...
This demands even more precision in stepping and moves ...
but it also means that sometimes you can get away with a few faults.
Look carefully and you may just discern a few errors on the foot front.
Nevertheless, an excellent time was had by all, and the new tradition for Going Ahead was maintained with gusto.
So: take another look. You may just begin to see what I mean.
Thanks again to the Stephens "Free the Mill Hill 20" family for the photos.