Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Molloys


The Molloys (Gavin, Kate and Jules) are 5th generation Canadians who play original acoustic roots music. This looks like a studio image but it's just some great window light in their living room. They were a blast to work with and the shoot produced several keepers which made it tough to pick the one to post.

Number 8 in the Musician's Hands series

9 comments:

Virginia said...

Oh yes, this is one of my picks as well. Genius and the light is perfecto Snap.
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Steffe said...

Thanks for the link, will have a listen. Oh, and nice photo.

Julie said...

I am off to our National Folk Festival in Canberra for the first two days of Easter. I hope to employ some of the "lessons" I have learnt from your Musicians Hands series which I am enjoying very much.

Bob Crowe said...

The neck of an acoustic bass, I assume? It is a symbol of strength and unity.

Snapper said...

Yep. And that was indeed the intended symbolism. Cheers Bob!

Bibi said...

I like this, and will listen! I also introduced a couple on my blog today.

Babooshka said...

I did assume studio conditions so pleasantly surprised to see how natural light employed. Very strong image and a unusual take on muscicians hands at rest.

Marie-Noyale said...

without seeing their first names I had figured out 2 boys and a girl!!!
Nice pick.

raf said...

Wow, outstanding image, post and music! Yep, studio quality indeed. Thanks for the link, Snap, enjoyed it.