three on thursday

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


faye said...

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

Hilary said...

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

Snappy Di said...

Was their music loud? Or were their instruments whispering?

Leif Hagen said...

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!

Mental P Mama said...

That's a great shot, my dear;)

Tammy said...

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

Dianne said...


missing moments said...

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

Virginia said...

Beautiful in BW, the silhouettes are wonderful.

nonizamboni said...

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

Akelamalu said...

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

Robin said...

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

bobbybegood1 said...

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.

Ms. Becky said...

i love this.

Lily Hydrangea said...

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

Joan said...

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

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...


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

lime said...

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