Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle – Street Musician in Budapest

Street Musician Budapest

This street entertainer in Budapest could produce a twinkling melody from those crystal glasses!

 

17 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle – Street Musician in Budapest

  1. Brr, his fingers must get cold!

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  2. By the look of his outfit I am thinking he will soon be playing ice cubes.

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  3. Next time tell him to come to Melbourne (he can dream). The main mall in Melbourne has an abundance of musicians. There are illusionist, peruvian aboriginal music and the lot.

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  4. Brilliant photo for this challenge. As Suchled has said, he should come to Melbourne – Bourke Street mall in the city is full of buskers and entertainers and people actually stop to watch, weekdays and weekends. I hope he makes a few dollars from making twinkling music.

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  5. B-r-r-r. I find this type of music fascinating.

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    • I couldn’t help wondering how long it takes him to set up. He must have to get exactly the right amount of water in each glass to get the correct notes! Brilliant.

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      • Yes, that is my understanding. I’ve always seen this performed indoor where everything (and everybody) is at room temperature. I wonder if / how much the cold affects the sound of if he has to compensate (with the water levels) in some way.

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  6. Thank you for follow I hope to make it worthwhile. I am glad to reciprocate. And, thanks for efforts on the forum. You’re right about it being like “Trying to knit fog”, but when the sun comes out ~ 🙂

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    • I feel sorry for the girl in the firing line but the continuous stonewalling really frustrates me. I wonder if the staff personally use the site for posting/blogging because if they did then they would immediately understand what we are saying!

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  7. You always manage to come up with such unique takes on the theme. Well done!

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  8. No mucking about there 😀

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