A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
Wonderful spirit here, I would have loved to be there. I love your portraits, the 'under the umbrella' one of a few days ago was brilliant too!I rarely do portraits and wish I did more. It's easier to do big cats !
Interesting how simple pleasures make the day seem so much brighter. Great candid, Jack.
You wandered past but hesitated for a moment and caught a spontaneous burst of song. They look happy, you did a good job Jack and captured a moment in time! Oh hark at me getting all 'poetic' haha!
Nice slice of life capture. I would have been forced to inquire, 'What prompts someone to purchase a banjo on a Monday, plop down on a street bench and croon?'
One sees a lot more street musicians with guitars rather than banjos.I once lived in a townhouse in Arlington, VA, with a next door neighbor who decided to learn how to play the banjo. Pluck. Pluck. Pluck.
Well, with you at the drums, you've already got a band!
I only appreciate banjo music in moderation. ;)
You've captured this happy moment very well!
You got the story, took their names, and captured the scene... Jack, I think that you have morphed into a candid portrait photographer! Wonderful!Bises,Genie
lucky you, lucky us!
You are really good at these street/people shots, Jack! I love them! Such a great way to visit your world! Enjoy your day -- camera in hand!Sylvia
You was lucky to wander about there at the right moment, but your picture caught the moment perfectly. Excellent portrait and street scene!
Lovely scene, Jack!
What a great shot Jack. I like that you caught her in mid-song.
I love it-- what a wonderful portrait! I am often too shy to take pictures of people, but I'm glad you aren't!
They seem to have fun!That's a great portrait, I think, of a beautyful friendship!
You were at the right place at the right time Jack:) Terrific!
Every time I see a banjo I remember that great scene in 'Deliverance'. Great portrait, Jack.
What a great moment you captured. A banjo....not your everyday instrument.
Oh, you're making me think of Ian and Sylvia, thereby dating myself. Looks like Renee knows what she's doing.
My grandmother played a mandolin-banjo - no better way to spread a little cheer!
Nice timing from everyone here. Buying the banjo, finding that bench, and then you arrive to capture the scene.
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