viernes, febrero 09, 2007

Juggling in the street


Click on image to see something at least!
Oh, this performance doesn't have any in common with Madrid abierto festival I told you yesterday... They were juggling only the time while the traffic light was red, maybe one minute, but it was enough to make you smile on your way to home. One was juggling clubs and the other one played devil sticks. It's a pity they were so far, but I was in another road so I zoomed it out. I love their clothes, those hats! where can I buy one like this!? (What would think Ming of New York and the fashion week?)

Esta actuación no tiene nada que ver con el festival "Madrid Abierto" que os comenté ayer... Ellos hacían malabares sólo en lo que duraba el semáforo en rojo, pero era tiempo suficiente para arrancarte una sonrisa en el pesado viaje de regreso a casa. Uno hacía malabares con mazas y otro con palos del diablo. Es una pena que estuvieran tan lejos, yo iba por otra calle así eché mano del zoom para traerlos cerquita. ¡Me encantan esas ropas, los sombreros! ¿¡Dónde podría comprarme yo uno así!?

Listening to manu Chao King of the Bongo

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At 9/2/07 04:14, Blogger Ravenchase Junkie said...

Hola! Mi espanol is muy malo,pero trato. Habla muy pequeno (o poco?).
Hasta leugo.

Thanks for paying a visit and posting to my blog. :)

 
At 9/2/07 07:40, Blogger loehrwald said...

"Spring is here..." - at least it looks like it! :-)

 
At 9/2/07 07:59, Blogger Carraol said...

Nice spontaneous picture!

 
At 9/2/07 09:53, Blogger delphidailyphoto said...

its nice that people still express themselves. we need this..much :-)

 
At 9/2/07 12:15, Blogger Mandi said...

Hey Dsole. Buskers add a lot of charcter to a city. They're fun to watch. Re: TA University, it is situated in North Tel Aviv. Not in the center of town. Have a good weekend.

 
At 9/2/07 12:29, Blogger Carlos said...

That club in the air is very well caught. Jugglers at a pedestrian cross, hmm. Well, at least they are not nagging all the time like windshield cleaners.

 
At 9/2/07 13:20, Blogger M.Benaut said...

Dsole,
What wonderful entertainment for drivers. In Adelaide we sometimes have people washing your windscreen at red traffic lights, but they don't always get paid when the lights turn green!

 
At 9/2/07 15:40, Blogger Dsole said...

M.benaut, that happens here too!

 
At 9/2/07 16:55, Anonymous pastorrick said...

After a long day of work what a delight to see a couple of jugglers.

 
At 9/2/07 17:22, Blogger GiuCe said...

this kind of entertaiments is very common on the streets here... sometimes you find peruvians and forign people doing that. They are very creative

^^ encanta esa canción de Manu Chao
buen finde Dsole

 
At 9/2/07 17:42, Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

How cool!! We don't have those here in NYC. What a pity!!

Actually, there is a woman who sells hats like these in SoHo. I will go take a picture of it this weekend and post it.

 
At 9/2/07 18:43, Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Great capture Dsole. Have a nice weekend girl!

 
At 9/2/07 19:48, Blogger photowannabe said...

A fun special moment in time. Glad you had your camera handy to capture it.

 
At 9/2/07 22:48, Blogger angela said...

If everyone's smiling there's less road rage. These jugglers should be subsidised by the government.
Angela

 
At 9/2/07 22:49, Blogger angela said...

If everyone's smiling there's less road rage. These jugglers should be subsidised by the government.
Angela

 
At 10/2/07 16:04, Blogger Keropok Man said...

how interesting to see them juggle in the middle of the streets while the light is red!

:-)

 

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