how cool! my former neighbor has a harmonica group, and we frequently go and listen to them. Amazing music!
I bet his hands were freezing!
A wonderful slice of life. Maybe his apartment had very thin walls so if he wanted to play, he had to get outside?
that's dedication. I hope his lips didn't get stuck to the metal...it's really cold outside!whatever the case, this is a nice shot Daryl.
Nice! While playing on a bench, he attracted a wench who shot him.;>)
mmmm, Daryl, this is a fabulous shot! xxo
At first look, I thought he was blowing in his hands to stay warm. :)This is a great photo.
the music must have sounded amazing in all that open spacefantastic shot
If you hadn't said he was playing the harmonica, I'd have thought he was blowing his hands to keep them warm. It's bitterly cold outside, don't know how his fingers aren't frozen.
Love it! Picture and words!"A different diatonic," indeed. Thank you.
Great find... you never know what you'll find in a park on Sunday!
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FAB SHOT, GET THE SOUND WORKING THOUGH, THEN YOU CAN REALLY SHARE THE MOOD. I have no idea why the caps. The kiddos were here..
Nice to hear a harmonica. At first I thought he was warming his hands, but then, I guess he was, in a way.
You seem to instinctively know when a photo looks best in B&W. Great one.
Poetic you. This is a great shot.. and just belongs in b&w.
Oh now that's what I'm talking about! V
I picture his lips freezing to the harmonica, like that kid in Christmas Story, with the flag pole....I guess not.
I love this shot. Fun to have sounds steer us to the photo ops.
I thought the same. Cold hands and blowing them. Do these people know you're taking the photo. I guess they don't mind. You probably use a powerful zoom. :)Great shot!