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    Posted: 24 May 2019 at 09:03
Everything is in the title...
When I saw this performance last monday 6AM in Sion Switzerland, I thought it was very photogenic, so I came back two days later with my camera.
Hope you like it. I also have color version, but B&W works very well in my opinion.



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DSC014814833 by salutcolin, sur Flickr

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DSC014504833 by salutcolin, sur Flickr
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jozioau Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 May 2019 at 13:53
Quite amazing - and surreal. I assume the pianist was playing to an audience that could hear the performance?
Apart from the "look at me" aspect, I wonder why anyone would have gone to all this trouble? I guess it's performance art pushing new boundaries.
#1 looks quite amazing, and certainly the B&W treatments works well for me.
Thanks for posting.
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Great first image and I like the 'explanation' in the second on how it's done (I also saw this featured in colour in one of the UK daily newspapers today as well).

You've got to have a lot of faith in the strength of those support wires though....

Best regards, Neil.
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