do tap dance on a small table seems hard!
a real life catching istant
happy happy! i'd be the one to fall off that little table!
What I would give to have listened to them. How are you Ken Mac? I thought you were moving...or am I mistaken?
Forgive me KM. I"ve been busy but been back to see all your wonderful photos I"ve missed. Love you dear friend.V
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great fun!is this recent? with the grain it looks like it could have taken place years ago
They seem so happy, that's good !
A real obvious and appealing mood here. In addition to expressions, I like the positions of the heads too. And it looks like spring foliage to me--very appropriate, of course. Is that a college campus n the background?
I love culture, nice image......Just to share with you folks, i have a new post today on Amish Stories from the Terre Hill days even that was just held in Lancaster Pennsylvania. It was a very hot day but i was able to get i think a few good images from this event. The town is populated with a mix of Amish and old order Mennonites which only adds to its charm. They even have what has become famous in Terre Hill their "outhouse race". The town sits on a hill so it overlooks Lancaster farmland in almost all directions. This is one of my favorite towns to visit because its free from commercialism, so if you are looking for a really all American kind of town with the added bonus of seeing its Amish and Mennonite residents at work and play, then this town is for you. Thanks folks. Richard from Amish Stories.
o they look to be really enjoying themselves
They do look as though they are enjoying themselves.
What a wonderful photo.
This looks like a happy bunch, with a few dollars on the side.
The best way to celebrate :-)PS Thank you for the comments - much appreciated.
I miss New York and citys like this for the culture. But i really love living in the country. Montreal Canada is another place ive enjoyed going to, and great food as well. Richard
I'm not an expert but I would guess the music they're performing in the Son Jarocho style. It has a lot of call-and-response between the man and the woman and has those small, ukele-like guitars that you see here. It's really wonderful.
You capture a happy moment!
You can make a fair amount of cash doing this in a park or on a street, if your good. Richard
I love your photo with the dancing and the guitars.Cassy from Play Electric Guitar
Love this one, wish we had more street performers here.
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