Monday, May 28, 2012

St. Louis Blues

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Bluesweek 1

One of the things going on during this Memorial Day weekend is the Bluesweek festival downtown. It's so refreshing - no hassles about "professional" cameras. It was hot out on the streets with music to match. Some of it was so intense that it could, as they say, blow you away.

Bluesweek 2

Bluesweek 3

15 comments:

Paul in Powell River said...

Well, the first two photos are terrific! That last one doesn't do much for me. :)

Julie said...

No no ... the last photo is the terrific one. Nothing to do with her appearance, and yet, everything to do with her appearance. She is laid back, and does not give a fig!

brattcat said...

there are many people who will be delighted with today's post from St. Louis but there is one, perhaps, who may not be quite as pleased, though i agree with Julie.

Birdman said...

That last one is to die for... Grin!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Haha! the music is going to have to be MEGA intense in order to blow this lady away Bob, wonderful post today!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

p.s. even though Mr Whippy has the potential to sound a little 'kinky' it's (unfortunately haha!) only an ice cream Bob!

cieldequimper said...

Oh lol the last one kinds of spoils it! I'm humming now though!

Virginia said...

OK the last one looks like you snuck in to B'ham for the day! :)

Love the reflections as the background on the others.
V

JM said...

Two beautiful portraits and then you made me smile with such a great capture! :-)

Thank you for the link to the New Your Times, I will check the article now.

Bibi said...

Love the 'blue' in the first photo.

Paula said...

The first two are great portraits, the last one tells a story. Fabulous.

Jack said...

I'm going with the last photo, Bob. The first two are expected, the last is not.

Nathalie said...

I'll second Jack and many others. American way of life at its... best (?)

Nathalie said...

I'll second Jack and many others. American way of life at its... best (?)

Steffe said...

Ha ha. That last shot is wonderful. And the portrait of the bass player is also great.