|Posted on Friday, May 14, 2004 - 17:27: |
Here are some more nice photos of the late master Wu Ying-hua. An interesting thing (besides the obvious quality of her T'ai Chi) is that she was around the age of eighty when they were all taken!
|Posted on Friday, May 14, 2004 - 20:53: |
Greetings A.A. Excellent photos. I wish I could have half her agility if and when I have reached her age. It seems that we have very similar postures in both our styles. Here is a photo showing old Docherty performing the Draw the Bow to Shoot the Tiger,
see the obvious similarity to the second photo of the late master Wu Ying-hua. On her first photo though, Fan Through the Back we, in Wudang style, usually hold the right hand far above the head. The sword photos are superb.
Have a lovely weekend,
|Posted on Tuesday, May 18, 2004 - 08:57: |
Here are some photos of my Sifu's grandfather, the late master Wu Kung-yi, doing the two forms in question:
I'll try to post some more recent photos of us doing them if I can find or take some.
|Posted on Friday, June 04, 2004 - 04:07: |
Here are some more recent pictures,
My Sifu's late Auntie, Wu Yan-hsia:
And the current head of the Wu family schools internationally, Wu Ta-hsin:
This is nice picture of Wu Chien-ch'uan pushing hands with a student:
|Posted on Friday, June 04, 2004 - 09:59: |
Cool, A.A. Gorgeous pictures. Regards.