I could dust off my trumpet..but my wailing days are over...Great shot.. street musicians break the boredom of waiting.
The street guys ROCK...sometimes!
a nice break from the city noise eh?I love how you've captured him looking directly into the camera.
I think it's great that older people have the gumption to 'play' in general and music in specific.
hello saxy man!
Hey...does he know "Walkin' With Mr. Lee"? ;-)
I love saxophone music. :)
Kenny G in disguise?
Everyone needs a purpose. Love being surprised by music like this when I'm walking in NYC, which is something I rarely do, but I'm just sayin'.
I like the look on his face..
Oh man... my favorite. Play some Coltrane man, play some Sonny... I'll toss a fiver in your case just to hear...Great catch!
One of the little things that makes N.Y. great.
Yep, love the street guys too!
he looks like a characterhas a lot of life in his faceI love the ripples on his chin as he plays his saxy saxsax is my favorite instrument
He is adorable. Ray should put him in a movie.
I envy anyone who can play the sax. It's my favorite.<><
that's what I mean about being envious of city life...always something unexpected popping up to experience!
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Some people just never lose their sax appeal!
Awfully nice...New York is so amazing that you never need to revisit any event from year to year....I'm jealous, SisAloha from Waikiki :) Comfort Spiral
Great portrait of the saxy man.
Not quite as good looking as Virginia's accordion player on her Paris blog today, but I bet he sounded good. I also bet he'd like that nick name...saxy man. ha!
He is TOO cute! We saw some similar sights in N'awlins last week...LOVE it:)
I love this!
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