Monday, July 13, 2009

Ruby Tuesday


Another young neighbor with his Tae Kwon Do school performing a demonstration
at our Reston Festival yesterday. They did an amazing job in the heat and bright sunshine!
Kudos and LOTS of red!

To play with us, click the Ruby Tuesday badge! Thanks to Mary the Teach for hosting so faithfully week after week!

/kw


13 comments:

Felisol said...

The energy and elegance of these kids and youngsters; formidable.
My daughter learned judo for two years. She still enjoy the skills she picked up.
Self discipline, conduits and polite behavior were complimentary traininng. All very useful.
Love the way you've captured the strength and speed of the movements.
From Felisol

Thom said...

Looks awesome. Great RT

Ralph said...

There is plenty of red here, shown on some of the belts that they have worked hard for. I do like the respect taught in these martial arts. The honor the students have been taught and the demeanor they hold due to such hard work, is a joy to behold!

Carletta said...

Those are vibrant reds!
Nice that he had a red belt as well. :)

So glad you enjoyed my old theatre post. Thanks.

DrillerAA09 said...

And there's red everywhere. Great job. Happy RT.

Liza said...

Great shot! My son wants to learn taekwondo too. Happy RT!

Moms Check Nyo

Nukke said...

Very eyecatching and bright colours for a demonstration !!!!
Thanks for your comment. I have worked myself at those fields because they are my fathers:)

Monica said...

That looks like it would be fun to watch all those young students. Thank you for stopping by my blog, it was appreciated!

Robin said...

Great reds, and I'll bet the kids were really proud to be performing at the festival.

Marites said...

it's not easy doing those things in the heat of the sun. they sure have the discipline and determination.

My RT is up too.

~Just me again~ said...

Nice shot! Great RT

yyam said...

Wow! Looks like the kids are having fun! Great pic for RT!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love to see kids being active and learning something worthwhile.