Entries in the ‘Street Performers’ Category:

Dancing With the Ducks in Central Park

On a sunny Autumn day in Central Park, there she improbably was – a beautiful ballerina pirouetting on the edge of the Lake. Her regal demeanor and tiara brought to mind the  princess in Swan Lake. Although she was dressed in black like the evil black swan princess, Odile, her sweet face put her closer [...]

Buttons Glued to a Face, Hubble and a Violin

Scattered among the pink and white buttons glued around her eyes, the performer also pasted sequins, plastic hearts and lollipops. And on an earlier occasion, she decorated her eyes and nose with swirls of colored paint brushed with glitter dust. On her, these high drama adornments looked right. Her name is Lila’Angelique and she is [...]

Playing with Gold Man’s Colors

Central Park is rich with wonderful things to photograph and at the top of the list are some  unconventional street performers. Although I guess you’d call them park performers. You never know which days you’ll find them or where or what their newest schtick is. They adjust their personas and performances according to the size [...]

Nine Colossal Bubbles Blow into Town

This giant bubble journey from Central Park to my camera, to my computer, to my photo art site had some tricky moments. The first was locating my mysterious bubble creators among the flocks of park visitors. They had no specific schedules nor set spots to work their magic for enthralled kids of all ages. Some [...]