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It was Buskers day down in Halifax Nova Scotia, great people and lots of fun. In the background is the CSS Acadia ship, Canada’s first hydrographic vessel, tied up along the waterfront in downtown Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia, Ca
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what a super composition, awesome , Kate
Thanks so much Luda, the guy in the kilt was the performer, he was hilarious:))
– Kate Adams
Thanks so much Tony, it was fun to watch:))
Wonderful capture, Kate! Now I really want to go there!
Thank you so much Barbara, you have to go there,it is so much more than I expected and it seems that every island in that area has it’s own tartan, even the coach driver could play the bag pipes, it was his way of saying get back on the bus lol
Magnificent capture of these two sexy men ..LOL
Yes John “sexy” I don’t think, but they were kind of cute, the guy with the fiddle was a fabulous musician,but then again I have always admired a fiddler lol:))
What superior beautiful shot, it is perfect dear Kate . .Jozef
Thank you so much dear Jozef, it was so much fun:))
Thank you so much Rick, it was a great day:))
Thank you so much Vitta:))
Oh, brilliant work, Kate! What a scene, what a capture!
Thank you so much Vadim, the guy on the right reminded me of a leprechaun with the beard but he could sure play the fiddle well, a lot of gaelic in that area and the people were very proud of their heritage, most of the pubs in the evening featured piano and fiddle:))
Beautiful work – well done.
Many thanks Brian, a great place for a vaction:))
This is great Kate.
Thank you ilpo, glad you like it:))