Tuesday, March 22, 2011

J is for juggler






At the Dundas Buskerfest last year, I witnessed this jugging act done while balancing atop a pole.

16 comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

WAY beyond my skill set!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Sylvia K said...

I couldn't do that standing on the ground!!! What a great shot for the J Day! I love it! Hope your week is going well!

Sylvia
ABC Team

Tumblewords: said...

Terrific - at first I thought it was a statue - excellent photos and surely a talented juggler.

Wanda said...

Oh my goodness....juggling is one hard thing, but up in the air...he has no fear, that's for sure.

Andy said...

These are great silhouette shots. Now, only if juggling and balancing skills were as good as your photography skills... that could have been you up there.

Cinner said...

Wow, these are so cool. I thought it was a statue or like a weather vane. fab photos. you rock girlfriend.

helenmac said...

VS, fantastic entry for J-day! Don't you wonder how he got into this line of work?!
P.S. I am sure you are right about the non-bathing voyageur explorers!
HElenMAC, ABC Wednesday Team

chubskulit said...

What a beautiful take on J!

Come and see the Joys of our Lives, have a lovely day!

Jane and Chris said...

You wouldn't find me underneath for sure!
Jane x

Hildred and Charles said...

I thought it was a statue too, - I am constantly amazed at the wonderful control skiers and jugglers and all athletes and dancers have over their bodies.

Joy said...

I can do neither of those things. Love your photos, and the beautiful sky.

Carola said...

Wonderful composition. Great that he is juggling against the light. Makes a magical atmosphere.
Juggling on a pole must be incredible difficult. Awesome.

EG Wow said...

Oh my goodness! What a pain for him if he should drop a stick!!

Jama said...

That's something I can't do!

Greyscale Territory said...

A unique juggling act! Quite a street stoper! love how you have captured the juggler almost like a silhouette enhancing his actions!

Meryl said...

The juggling, balancing, and photography skills are ALL impressive. I love the way the light is playing with the photo making it look almost two-dimensional. Very cool.

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