During my most recent visit to the UK, I decided to stop in to visit a friend I had made at a festival in California the year before. She lived in Royston with her son and in nearby Cambridge, I had an experience I will never forget! Take a look at the photo below.Yes, what you’re seeing is correct. The neck of a guitar sticking out of a trash bin. Playing that neck is the arm of a man. A man who is inside the garbage, playing, as well as singing. By far the most original busker I have ever encountered!
For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we continue in Cambridge, England where the River Cam is found below the Magdalene Bridge. Due to the river under it and the city, the bridge is originally know as the Cam Bridge, although it is far from the city’s most famous bridge. Notice the little boats or “punts” in the right bottom corner, as they are a common sight in Cambridge.
Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!