I saw a cluster of maple leaves. Colour turned from green to crimson red. A sign of changing seasons. I want summer to end. Now.
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Think like a cat. “A change in the weather is sufficient to recreate the world and ourselves.” Marcel Proust
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It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it it summer in the light, and winter in the shade. – Great Expectations
the tree dripping blood
temperature dipping low
summer is dying
Hi, My name is Julie. I entered this Piano on the street contest on September 21, by playing Chopin Fantasie Impromptu Op. 66 on the Lonsdale Quay Market Piano, if you like it please vote for me! Thank you.
Julie is just amazing. Let’s raise the roof and vote for Julie. This is one of many players at Support Piano on the street. Please share and vote here.
Disclaimer: I am not related to her in any shape or form. I am not getting paid for this. I just want to show that there are many talented people out there.
Remember the piano on the street in Vancouver I posted here? Apparently, it is a hit as well in Ontario. How did I find this out? Mainly because of other bloggers that are kind enough to share what they found due to earlier postings. Note: Please vote for Kathryn here.
I came across Michael McNamara performing on my #streetpiano, Foxgang Amadeus.
Apologies for the shaky video, I didn’t have time to use a tripod or set up my camera. I designed/painted it for the streets of #Cobourg, #Ontario for the “Keys to our Town” art initiative. The piano is located at the northwest corner of Victoria Park. Sorab Bulsara carved the ears and stool for me from an old tree stump, using only a chainsaw by Katriona Dean.
And these what people are saying:
Actually this brought tears to my eyes too! Couldn’t believe the people walking by…if only I was lucky enough to walk by in person and have the chance to stop and listen for a bit. And the smile at the end was so beautiful.
Everything about this video is simply perfect! Yes, the quality of the sound/video too! A brilliant artist had the excellent idea of leaving a beautifully designed piano in the middle of the sidewalk waiting for some random talented person to give him/her the chance to give a little show to the people walking around. It’s amazing. Imagine it, maybe you’re stressed or nervous or simply having a bad day and you bump into this. The video makes me feel warm inside, knowing there is people with a creative mind and a nice heart that want to share something with the rest.
I live in Texas. Micheal is Fabulous! I’m sharing this, all the way down here. Love the piano and the artistry of the whole thing. I’m in awe of this piece of art. Truly moving. WOW!And from the player: Michael McNamara:
Absolutely incredible! Thanks everyone and, despite all the tears I’ve caused to be shed I’m happy so many people are liking my music. I hope to have more to come soon. Over a million hits!
Thank you, Imelda of My Word Wall for sharing this.