I love the bass, I can almost hear the music
Yes, it’s a grand instrument. Thanks, John.
Wonderful photo… 🙂
Thanks very much, Drake 🙂
What a beautiful, fond embrace.
Yes, he obviously loves his instrument.
LOvely image, what a massive thing to lug around.
Thanks very much, Leanne. Yes, I can’t imagine busking and being told to move on with it. I didn’t see a trolley anywhere near.
He is oblivious of his surroundings… great pic(k)!
Thanks very much, MJ! Yes, lost in the moment…
Wow! Gorgeous! 🙂
Thanks very much! 🙂
London must surely be the most interesting city in the world. 🙂
🙂 It’s a great city. Thanks, George.
Okay… Somewhere close to where you work is a back alley, a hidden wormhole that takes you back to, say, the 1940s or 1950s, once there you take come brilliant photos, nip back through the wormhole to 2013 and post them on here… Was there ever a Nicholas Lyndhurst sitcom written about you, Mr G?!
Ha, ha! You got me bang to rights, Guvnor! Actually, it’s a machine – leaves terrible track marks on the kitchen floor though. Thanks very much, Richard!
I love this, he seems completely absorbed.
Yes, he was pretty impressive – definitely wanted to play – the busking was definitely secondary. Thanks very much, Alex.
I love upright bass, it’s fun to play.
Never tried it, but I can imagine. Nice tones.
Analog in a digital world. Beautiful composition, Richard, there is a lovely tension in the interaction of the graceful scroll of the instrument and the lines af the door.
Thanks very much, Karen. That’s a great compliment.
This one definitely has that in days passed feeling, nice processing.
Thanks very much, Jennifer. 🙂
I love the focus pull (is that what you call it in photography?) blurring the background, making the foreground sharp, and full of potential motion. It’s a feast of lines and perspective, I love it!
Thanks very much, Cheryl! I’m really glad you like it. It’s one of the only images I’ve spent a long time processing – mostly the lightness and contrast of the background. Glad it worked 🙂
You’re welcome, Richard. It really does, I can see all the hard work you’ve put into this, and you make it seem effortless, great work. 😀
Great Photo, was he hitting the notes?
Thanks, Kathryn! Yes, he seemed pretty accomplished. Quite impressive when he was fighting to be heard over the traffic.
I hope you threw him a coin or too?
Beautiful Streetart! Love the moment♥
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