The Buskers Festival came around again and I finally managed to get along on a sunny, if somewhat windy, day. The organisation this year, centred in North Hagley park, was excellent though I have to say that for a sunny Saturday too many of the venues were lying idle. Nevertheless, the acts that were on display were entertaining large crowds.
"Bazza" the bronze rugby player was statuesque, until the girls came along, when he would suddenly become very vocal.
Juggling atop a pole in a high wind was not the easiest act in town:
Some could hardly watch; while others did ...
Rockin it (that's a badminton racquet around his waist!) :
L&P famous in New Zealand:
Boy in a ball:
Events like these are good place to do a bit of 'street photography' without feeling intrusive; everyone is in a good mood and there are plenty of cameras about, so people don't tend to view photographers with suspicion. Go, for it; find a crowd-filled event and have fun with your camera :-)
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Friday, January 4, 2013
Google+ seemed to like engine 428 so much that I even got a request to write a 'how-to' explaining how the picture was produced. The 'how-to' (actually a 'what-to-do'!) can be found here: http://www.fords.co.nz/downloads/428HowTo.pdf in PDF format.