Terrific capture as always, JM! I do love your "people" shots! Hope you have a great week!
When you post a picture of a building I think your eye for architecture is stunning, whenever you post a picture of a landscape I think you are brilliant at landscapes and then when you post a picture of people, I think your portraits are your best pictures. This one is no exception.
Wonderful picture JM..... your photo's are always very good.
So much character in that face. Reminds me of the old man we saw selling roses in Pisac, Peru.Erin from Two to Travel's Viewfinder
Foto maravilhosa!Curiosa agora sobre esse instrumento musical!Léia
I love the portrait of this happy looking man!
Great photo. I wonder how much he makes? Looks like there is paper money in the collection or perhaps that is just a lure. Diane
He looks friendly. Hope he was talented too!
You take such wonderful photos of street people.
Wonderful portrait. He appears to be an accomplished music maker.
great portrait!!! I love this one so much!greetings, Hilde
What a beautiful face!
Wouh, beautifull ! One can see it is in Radjastan by the turban. I have brought some material like this to make cloths.
In Lausanne, la municipalité organise a meeting with people of differents countries living in lausanne. Des demandeurs d'asiles, quoi :Il was a man from the Radjastan, playing a kind of this intrument, I join the picture to my window for pharmacie * les musiques extra européennes. With several instruments I have brought from my travels, for this theme. After the window went around ma clients, I have sold all of them to on of one of our local musicien, who play often in school for the kids, explaying all the instruments. Well place.
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