three on thursday

Tempting fate 
and 
a hefty fine 
these excellent musicians 
played 
under 
the 
restored
Minton tiles
 in the lower passage 
of the 
an area
designated
Central Park
'quiet zone'

18 comments:

  1. Love street musicians.. one of my favorite photo ops.

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  2. I love street must too. This makes a nice threesome.

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  3. Was their music loud? Or were their instruments whispering?

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  4. Were they playing Vivaldi or Bach? Love that music!
    Our two younger daughters and I played our violins in our backyard last night - some walkers noticed us!

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  5. I've been in there before! I bet the acoustics are pretty good.

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  6. Not so quiet now I bet with their music, which was probably lovely, echoing off those tiles.

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  7. Beautiful in BW, the silhouettes are wonderful.
    V

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  8. I'm loving these brave anarchists and your great photo of them.
    Happy tomorrow/enjoy!

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  9. I love good street musicians. Were they good? :)

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  10. Daryl, great shot! A new classic!
    Probably nice and cool in the shade too!

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  11. However way to make a dollar, I'm for it. I love to see street musicians especially in Grand Central Station. Also, when I lived in White Plains we had couple - two guitarists, saxophonist. Not including the mimes. I tend to tip according to how they sound.

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  12. Great shot Daryl. I think you've captured their passion.

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  13. Great photo. What better way to relax. Sit and take a break from your day. And listen, really listen.

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  14. Lovely.

    wv: demorru. I wonder who enjoyed that spot more, demorru?

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  15. there are designated quiet zones? i had no idea. well, i'm thinking they added some pleasant "disquiet."

    thanks for stopping by my place earlier. nice to meet you. :)

    and the word veri has me giggling....hemprot

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