Buskers by Paul Boocock and Rhonda Prince

                                           

Silver man © Paul Boocock

Busking is the practice of performing in public places for tips and gratuities. People engaging in this practice are called buskers. Buskers may also be known as street performers, street musicians, minstrels, or troubadours, Busking performances can be just about anything that people find entertaining, Buskers may do acrobatics, animal tricks, balloon twisting, card tricks, clowning, comedy, contortions, escapes, dance, fire eating, fire breathing, fortune-telling, juggling, magic, mime and a mime variation where the artist performs as a living statue, musical performance, puppeteering, snake charming, storytelling or recite poetry or prose as a bard, street art (sketching and painting, etc.), street theatre, sword swallowing, and even putting on a flea circus. - Wikipedia

Nashville singer © Rhonda Prince 

Singing songs © Rhonda Prince

Troubadour © Rhonda Prince

Body shop © Paul Boocock

Painted man © Paul Boocock

                                                   Rope walker © Paul Boocock

                                                Windy © Paul Boocock

        Space invasion © Paul Boocock   

Sultan's elephant © Paul Boocock

The artist © Rhonda Prince


            Mr. White Suit © Rhonda Prince


                                      
                    Dog ©  Paul Boocock                                       Sand sculpture © Paul Boocock

Dancers © Paul Boocock

Tough soldiers © Paul Boocock

Paul Murphy © Paul Boocock

                     

Comments

Mr Urbano said…
What a great series and such an excellent presentation!
Thanks Rhonda and Paul!
cafe selavy said…
I need to get out more. You are my heroes.
br said…
wonderful and interesting work. great!!
paolo saccheri said…
this is what I like!!
Mikael said…
Yeah, superb series!!
cieldequimper said…
What a seriously fantastic set!
T. Becque said…
Very interesting and fabulous series! Love the insight into this little part of what people do.