Saturday, March 14, 2009

Wire and Wood


There is always plenty of good live music on Gabriola but lately, the bill of fare has really been exceptional: String quartets, Gregorian chants, a recorder ensemble, a harmonica virtuoso and tonight, an internationally recognized mandolin/guitar duo in an intimate house concert setting.

9 comments:

raf said...

This is a beauty, Snapper, and would be a great addition on the Shadow Shot Sunday meme. I just learned about it and wondered if you were aware of it since so much of your great camera work involves light/shadow interplay.

Jacob said...

Excellent photograph. The beauty of that guitar shines...and you can see it has seen many strums...Wonderful!

Babooshka said...

This would slot in nicely with the experiment in colour week you had. My guitar gently weeps came straight to mind. It has been loved, look at the faded wood. Obviously this image hits all the right notes.

Bob Crowe said...

Beautiful, beautiful work. Stillness, and an implication of music.

Carraol said...

Wonderful composition and light!

Buck said...

It's not easy to capture music in a photograph, but I think you've done it here.

Blognote said...

A perfect composition of this wonderful instrument!!
Lucky you that you just have all these musical events to choose from. I am sure you will attend them all!

mononeil said...

Wonderful composition and use of the light

Virginia said...

Well this is spectacular. I had one of Malcomb's guitar but yours puts mine to shame. Bravo!!
V
PS Wish I could have been at that house concert with you!