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Street Musicans in Menton

This week's photohunt theme is music. I was surprised that I didn't have more pictures applicable to this theme but I only found a few. I decided to go with this photo of two street musicians in Menton France. They set up late one afternoon at a small plaza on Rue Saint Michel. We were sitting at a small cafe relaxing after a day of siteseeing. You could tell the two men loved making and sharing music. It was lovely.

Comments (13)

Great photo and I'll bet it was great music also. I enjoy hearing street musicians in various locales.

Very nice as you can almost hear the music.

I am sure you enjoyed having some music at the end of your day sightseeing. I notice the guy on the right is playing the cajon. It was an instrument that I would love to learn to play, but I don't have much rhythm.

They do look like they are enjoying themselves.

Excellent take on the theme. I love the diversity of street artists. Happy weekend

a marvelous choice! I remember living in Manhattan-- there was this one guy who every night unpacked his saxaphone and played on the street. He was so good. But I was a starving artist student and had no money to give him.

Happy Photo Hunting! I hope you get a chance to visit my post today at New York Traveler.net. Happy trails!

Street musicians always seem to be so very dedicated to their craft! I've heard some wonderful 'hidden' talent there . . .

Last May I saw Menton, but from a great height in Sainte Agnès. I wish I could have seen these street musicians because they must have been great. I love the atmosphere they generate.

This is a very cool photo! Looks like it was a great day in Menton.

Great photo. I love running into street musicians when traveling.

Nothin' better than Live, Local Music!!!

kim:

Love that photo of the two street musicians. Also enjoyed looking over your recipes. I have done that artisan bread before. Incredibly easy!

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