Is this perfect?


This is a wonderful video sent to me by @MarkIAllison.

It is a perfect combination of science and the arts, and the ending is simply superb.  Take a few moments out of your day and watch perfection.


23 comments on “Is this perfect?

  1. iDw says:

    Not sure when this performance took place, but I’ve seen this exact same concept before in a short film on Vimeo. It was uploaded March 22nd:

  2. Enrique says:

    29 April 2013, Telecinco, Spain.

  3. Excellent! The mechanics of how it works are very simple and straightforward, but nevertheless it must take loads of practice and produces a very elegant artistic result.

  4. Laura says:

    Wow! I am real impressed! I had watched this one 3 weeks ago

  5. nuribages says:

    Beautiful!, admirable and full of energy and serenity. A good example of motivation, concentration, practice and perseverance. For her own fulfillment and those who watch it!

  6. siskinbob says:

    Fabulous, jaw droppingly good.

  7. siskinbob says:

    Reblogged this on WrAnTz and commented:
    It’s a question of balance. Just spend 7 minutes and watch something truly sublime.

  8. Eddie says:

    Unbelievable. Especially the feather removal bit at the end.

  9. Miss Chili says:

    Stunningly and amazingly beautiful! Balance that is so gorgeous to watch, even online, as I sat here trying not to breathe too hard and hoping that all mobile phones in the audience were shut off! :-O

  10. Cuda says:

    truly amazing feat.

  11. Ronda says:

    Totally incredible! LOVE the end!

    • Ionut says:

      I was just about to say that . So I just have to say five words instead: double u – o – double u!

  12. Dick says:

    It would have been great, if not on one of those hackneyed “talent” shows, with all those intense looks of interest and judgement by the “judges” and the predictable “whoops” of the audience at the end.
    Haven’t those shows and their utter predictability gotten stale YET!?

  13. Tony Sadar says:

    wonderful,amazingly,out of this world.
    tony sadar.

  14. Merlini says:

    Last summer in NYC, I saw this done by a different performer in Spiegelworld’s “Empire”. The show is currently in Australia. In Las Vegas, check out “Absinthe”, another wonderful carnival/circus of amazing intimate performances.

  15. Merlini says:

    The performer in “Empire” is Tobias Hutzler.
    see the link mentioned above:

  16. RyderDA says:

    You can also see it live in the new Cirque du Soleil touring show called “Amaluna”. Endless patience to see the performer put it together.

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  18. One Eyed Jack says:

    Interesting to watch the audience shots with jaws agape… as if they can’t comprehend simple physics and patience at work.

  19. Rosita Go says:

    Indeed one of the best performances I have ever seen. Really impressive from the beginning to the end! Love it!

  20. Fotoflex says:

    I give this one eight out of ten gorillas! 🙂

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