A Walk on the Wildside


This weekend was about impromptu pool parties, birthday celebrations, midnight rail cars across the Trinity, songs sung true and played LOUD.

Let the record(s) show this previous weekend’s work!

This week’s entries can be found under the subgroups “From the Road” and “Summer 2011 Winding Down” within the following link:

http://s1213.photobucket.com/albums/cc473/ebonsoul2k11

And now for proper acknowledgment of today’s title source.  I originally was going to post the Lou Reed 1972 original when I remembered that there was a mesh from a few years back that came to mind.

The saxophone reminds me of wild nights and aimless wandering through unlimited streets and a plethora of people and events that have come and gone throughout the years.  A touch of the melancholy balanced out with a sultry jazz feel that makes you listen more intently.

Just like photography, the art of music is timeless.

More coming on Thursday!

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About rufusp2k8

I'm a local freelance photographer taking in life and musing on how things are and what they could be all through my lens. I add light and sound to further the vision each Tuesday and Thursday. I can be found on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ebonsoul-Photos/227797643952140 or e-mailed for work/events here: bigbgk@hotmail.com For other content by myself, check out: http://about.me/Brian_G_Knowles
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