Monday, March 2, 2009

Ruby Tuesday

Buskers in front of Quincy Market Boston, Massachusetts






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11 comments:

  1. Those are some pretty impressive feats of... flexibility for one thing! Pretty astonishing stuff here. Great captures of it too!

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  2. What is a busker? I am going to have to go look that up…

    Can’t wait to see what song you are going to link to for “lust”… sooo many options!

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  3. I just heard the term applied to street performers this past summer when I attended The Halifax Buskers Festival.

    Quincy Market was a-buzz with people, as always. We were suitably entertained. ;-)

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  4. A collection of rather amazing photos. Lots of interesting perspectives of red in action!~

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  5. I would love to see the buskers. Never have.

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  6. great and interesting entr for RT! for sure i can't do that thing. hahaha

    Happy RT!

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  7. oh my! last time I was in Boston I loved all the performances in front of the market, it was right across from my hotel and in the evening it was THE place to be

    wonderful photos

    I love Boston

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  8. Very kewl series of fascinating photos for this week's Ruby Tuesday!
    I played too ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  9. Looks interesting and there is red too :)

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  10. it's red AND fascinating...I've never heard the word before tonight so thank you, dear teacher, for another something I didn't know before you came along...

    xoxox

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