Friday, March 16, 2007

Strato Various

Brilliant musicians, brilliant show.

Line Up:
Jean Luc Ponty - Violin
William Lecomte - Keyboards
Guy Nsangué Akwa - Bass
Thierry Arpino - Drums
Moustapha Cissé - Percussion


10 comments:

Megha said...

no
i don't just like these
because they're black and white
and some grey!

o, but trout and guy way down on this page beat all else i say. (hell no, not because i missed that one!) astounding pictures man. it's a pity i missed them earlier :)

Hari Potter said...

Cheers!
Appreciate the honesty. :)

moonstruck said...

:)
I like your pictures.
Please do remember to feed my pig.

Hari Potter said...

tanku. :)

Megha said...

ok.(iknow iknow; been a while)
but never before have i had someone appreciate my honesty on my stating that i liked their work.
rather odd, na? :)

Hari Potter said...

hehehe...I was talking about what you said about these photos of Jean Luc. Either way its cool. It's good when people tell me what's wrong with my photos/writing than just what's right. Learn a lot that way. :)

Megha said...

o.
clearly you misunderstand.
"no i don't just like these because.."
plaintext : it's not that i like them only because.. (notice placement of "just")

see it's easier to like pictures in b&w i find; which is why that was a compliment too. :)

and even if i did mean what you thought i did, that's no good in learning for i gave no reason.

Hari Potter said...

:)
What a conversation. Point taken.
And you don't always need a reason for learning. Sometimes, when something is pointed out, it can lead you to think about a solution/alternative yourself.
For me, photography (like all art) is all about perception. Which is why I like to get as many perceptions about my photos as possible. Not for my ego but for the sheer possibility of human minds to view and perceive in myriad ways.

Megha said...

ahh. perception!
what colour's yours ?

Hari Potter said...

green and blue