With this week’s photo challenge subject, what else could I possibly post?!?
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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands”
I love pictures of harpists’ hands because there’s always this gracefulness in them. And yet there’s also muscle tension (in the good sense) – pulling the strings takes a lot of energy. That balance, of grace and power – I like that about playing the harp,
I love photographing harpist’s hands, for exactly the reasons you wrote about. I love their grace and power, and that both are present in equal measure.
Wow !! Playing the harp – how cool is that? Great shot. I look forward to more – I so love harp music. I first heard and saw the harp being played when I visited UK and walked through Harrods. I heard some beautiful music and wandered along until I came upon a lady playing a harp right there in the store!! I was mesmerised!! So graceful and fluid and such a glorious and rich sound. Fantastic. 🙂
Thanks, Louise, for your comment and for subscribing to my blog. I agree – there is just nothing like harp music!
Very artistic and perfect for You.
What a perfect shot for you! 🙂
I’m so glad you posted the harping hand. It’s perfect 🙂
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