Tuesday, September 04, 2007

At the feet of musicians

I recently posted a photo of a young female musician. The group of girls with her sang and played violins. When they sang Spanish songs, their violins rested at their feet. We missed the music Mass at their parish church last Sunday because we had house guests (grandkids!) but we'll go next week-end.

22 comments:

  1. A very interesting angle here.

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  2. Thanks for noticing this and taking the picture for your daily photo blog.

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  3. Just lying there, on the brick, they look so forlorn.

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  4. belle photo, une sorte d'hommage des violons aux musiciens. j'adore

    beautiful photograph, a kind of homage of the violins to the musicians. I adore

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  5. Kate, what an interesting perspective. The teal dresses and the beautiful wood grain go so well together.

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  6. If the choice is between a concert and grandkids, then I fully understand! Trust that you can do it next Sunday!

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  7. Interesting photo and also interesting is the choice of footwear.

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  8. They must be antipodean - normally it's fiddles on the roof, not the floor.
    Or was that "Fiddler on the roof" ?

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  9. I love the contrast of color in this shot.

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  10. The violin is such a beautiful instrument - to look at and to listen to. Beautiful photo, Kate.

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  12. Interesting shot, with violins on the ground surronded by the girls's feet. I like the girl close up too. It is good to enrich culture with other communities. As we can music is universal, one of the many things we all have in common. Thanks so much for your support Kate.

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  13. Interesting photo, Kate!

    Thanks so much for the nice words to Sofia! So sweet of you!

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  14. As there are no faces, the picture itself reminds me of monks with violins. The colours match and give a sense of oldstyle.

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  15. This is a nice photo. Love how you took the photo of the instruments.

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  16. I love what you did here. Leaves a lot to the imagination. The robes are my favorite color.

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  17. A colorful, sensitive shot.

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  18. Your photo Kate aren't ordinary. This one is really lovely and give the idea about what you wrote in the caption

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  19. This is a great shot...nothing quite like violin music.

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  20. Really nice shot, but I wince at seeing those beautiful instruments laying on the rough bricks!

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