Friday, November 26, 2010

A fine guitarist entertaining the folks at the Ocala Arts & Crafts Festival

13 comments:

bfarr said...

Great shots. That tree is huge.

Yes, I am having fun with the painting and being challenged at the same time.

Marie-Noyale said...

Seems so long ago I saw people in shorts!!!
Winter is around the corner here!!
Have a happy Thanksgiving weekend.

Randy said...

I would have enjoyed sitting under that tree and listening to some good music. Nice shot.

Small City Scenes said...

I bet he was good too. Did he get donations in the open case?
My that is one huge tree. MB

JM said...

The tree looks gorgeous with all that hanging Spanish Moss (actually these are lichens...)!

Birdman said...

What a nice day it looks like there in Florida... and music too.

Sharon said...

I love a good arts and crafts festival!!

DuluthDailyPhoto said...

Hi Jacob,
Thanks for visiting my blog. Looks like you like Florida. Your scenes are much more modern, sleek and pertaining to strip malls than the scenes of Duluth.

I like the big ol tree.

My daughter LOVES horses. I will send your blog her way.

Lois said...

This looks like it was so much fun! I love that tree.

Steffe said...

I remember shorts!

EG Wow said...

Arts festivals are so much fun. It's nice to see people outdoors in short sleeves and sandals. Is that Spanish moss hanging from the tree?

anjoe playhouse said...

Why dont I have my guitar anymore - sitting by that large tree nobody would listen to my poor play or song :-D

1-2-tree, what are we fighting 4, 5-6 seven, most people bye things in eleven, 8-9 are free, let's believe in that you and me...
words:anjoe, Denmark *LOL*

melanie said...

La musique de rues, c'est toujours agréable !

et si vous venez à Châteaubriant, vous serez le bienvenu !

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson