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Friday, August 26, 2011


Child's size Martin Guitar.
Comparatively it looks like a regular size.
The adult man was enjoying the tunes as he sat on the couch humbly playing along.
For me hearing the music it doesn't matter what kind of guitar a person plays.
What is important is that they can play.
Some people are so gifted.

I have never played any musical instrument.
But everyone in my family has those musical skills.
Some people continue to play, others move on to other things.
Such is life.

Sort of like all my procrastination issues I do through out the day.


Sharon said...

I have a Decca student guitar, some of my kids took lessons at school with her. I have claimed Madeline (the guitar) as mine or it would have to be made into kindling if I was to split it up between them. ;-)

Lisa RedWillow said...

I love the photo. I could never play and did try but I could dance and have half my life to just about anything . Your talent lies here in your photos and what you see .
Lovely beyond words.

Picturit said...

Played electric guitar for a while but never mastered it. However I do play piano

Jill said...

This is a wonderful photo!

Sandra said...

so true about gifted people. some people have the natural gift and can play anything and no matter the instrument. it amazes me the different sounds a violin can make depending on who has the bow in their hand and that includes guitar or piano. it is called the masters touch

Kalyan said...

fine capture & the composition!

Here I Am/Carrie said...

Love your photo. I tried to learn the guitar a few years ago but my ass started getting big with all the sitting and practicing. Also the bridge on the guitar was too wide that I had so I had trouble getting my fingers to stretch. This guitar in you photo would have been perfect. Any way I have no music talent so I quit learning and figured maybe in my old age I would pick it up again. I would love to be able to play one.

Eaton Bennett said...

Hi, thanks so much for the visit to my blog. It was a lovely surprise finding your comment. I particularly like this the old world look of it and the isolation of the guitar in the close up. Nicely done.
How do you sit still long enough to shoot all the animals? You must have patience for that. :))