Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Street musician

Another street life and this one is the same shopping street (Hohe Strasse) from my night shot which I posted last Sunday. Hope I spell it right,this instrument called 'Dijereedo' The Australian can correct my spelling ;o) Please!

I'm so sorry,I couldn't hang out long here and give my comment on my visit to all over world via my mouse click like i used to do caused I don't feel good for last 2 days and now I've to visit my doctor and thank you so much for the nice commented,I will catch all back when I 'm back in well condition.I will able to post only for meantime.Thanks!

9 comments:

alice said...

I hope you will feel good again in a short time, take care!

Penless Thoughts said...

Sorry to hear you are ill. I'll pray for you that you are well soon.
Susan

April said...

Great photo of that street musician with the didgeridoo (?).
I'm sorry to read that you are not well and I wish you all the best for your health. Gute Besserung.

Emily Lin said...

Get well soon! :) And I wonder how's the sound of that instrument.

Dina said...

Get well soon!!

slinger said...

I like this photo. I've never, ever seen anyone play an instrument like that on the streets here where I am at. It would actually be an odd site and I would certainly stop and listen.

RamblingRound said...

Unusual instrument and performance! Hope you are feeling better.

Beetle said...

Thanks all for the nice thought and wish for me...this instrument sounds very nice for my ears,feels like you're in peaceful area when hears it .It belongs originally to the Aborigines,the native people of Australia

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I didn't know the instrument is Australian. I thought it was a Swiss horn.

Are people donating money to the musician? I don't see a cup or hat for money.