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photoblog image Seen And Heard  7/7

Seen And Heard 7/7

This series of seven pictures were all taken in Hebden Bridge or Haworth, Yorkshire during our recent weekend trip by coach.  All the images came out of my new Canon Powershot G10, the first real chance I have had of using it seriously.

Finally back to Haworth for the final image in this series.  This couple were playing right opposite the front of a pub with the customers sitting at tables in the street and proved very popular indeed.

Seen And Heard 7/7

This series of seven pictures were all taken in Hebden Bridge or Haworth, Yorkshire during our recent weekend trip by coach.  All the images came out of my new Canon Powershot G10, the first real chance I have had of using it seriously.

Finally back to Haworth for the final image in this series.  This couple were playing right opposite the front of a pub with the customers sitting at tables in the street and proved very popular indeed.

comments (10)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Oct 2009, 03:43
excellent work, Brian.

You have got his attention.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 18 Oct 2009, 07:41
l don't think the woman even knows there is anyone there, she is a picture of concentration
Brian Walbey: I think your right Tony. Thanks for your comment.
I'm probably wrong but I don't think you see many lady banjo players. Good picture to end a really enjoyable series Brian
Brian Walbey: Glad you enjoyed the series, Great Central Railway, in various forms, coming up next for a few days.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 18 Oct 2009, 08:49
They look quite embarrassed, Brian! I love her hat.
Brian Walbey: Most women wouldn't be seen dead in that hat Alan, I know my Maureen woudln't.
I just love the Banjo..especially western style. Nicely caught Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Ron.
gawd.....
I am struggling for a comment.
smile
check out that hat!!
he he
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: Not the most attractive of hats is it Rob, still it kept the sun out of her eyes.
This has been a nice series Brian, of life as seen by the visitor. I find it hard to believe that all the buskers or entertainers made much money from their efforts, but well done to them for trying.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila. Well the place was teeming with people and I think some of the entertainers were hired by the pubs they stood outside to draw customers to the tables.
Like it Brian, very good.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Linda.
It's good to see street scenes like that.
Brian Walbey: Yes and they were very entertaining Albert.
Great shot Brian. As a person just starting to learn to play the guitar the first thing i did was look to see what chord he was playing, it looks like a G. I doubt you will ever see me doing this in public.
Brian Walbey: I have tried the guitar twice in my lifetime martin, both times unsuccessfully, better luck to you.

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