He Still Plays

A Sunday Afternoon Concert

A Sunday Afternoon Concert

The Observer

The Observer

He Plays On

He Plays On

It Isn't Easy Anymore

It Isn’t Easy Anymore

The Sax

The Sax

Tattered and Worn

Tattered and Worn

34 thoughts on “He Still Plays

    • I know Wendy! It tore at my heart too. He was so sweet! I had a group of 8 teens from the workshop I was teaching and he let all of photograph him. Thanks so much for taking time to comment! Blessings my friend, Robyn

  1. Powerful, Robyn. You captured two beautiful extremes: his struggles and best efforts (and the details of his hands, feet, white hair, wrinkled face)–and then you captured all that again with the little guy listening, standing, watching, drawn to the sounds and the beauty. Juxtaposition at its very best. Brava!

  2. Good pictures, Robyn! My favourite is certainly the bottom one – portraits without faces often say so much, and I think that this one really captures his energy and verve – as much as anything, the angle of his foot hanging in the air says it all! Adrian

    • Many thanks Adrian! I’m so happy to know you appreciated my work. I love to capture the entire essence and soul of a person…the face is an incredible thing to capture, but there is so much else about a person that can be captured to tell a story. Have a fabulous week!

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