Trio

We are challenged to show our take on Trio. Here are two of mine:

Firstly, some kids playing near the sea one evening in Lanzarote

Kids at play near the sea

Kids at play near the sea

And here’s a trio of jazz musicians performing in a winery, also in Lanzarote.

Jazz trio

Jazz trio

 

See more takes on Trio here.

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24 comments

  1. I love the shot of the children, Sue. The blur works so well. (It would have been useful for the ‘Blur’ category too.)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. The blur feeling works perfectly, Sue, and the second photo is wonderful. So much character in those faces and the use of B&W works to focus our attention on the faces and shadows.

    janet

  3. Love the action of the young trio. 🙂

  4. Fabulous capture of those kids!

  5. Thanks for the great discussion of Blur. I’m partial to your moody shot of the jazz trio.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Carto! The Jazz shots were snatched where the opportunity arose, because there were quite a lot of people packed into a small, darkish space!

  6. I like the expression on the drummers face!

  7. I also love the first shot, Sue. Would like to hear the Jazz. 😃

  8. Lovely shot of those kids – feel the fun of it! The B&W of a “real” trio is great. The middle musician makes such a funny face!

  9. Great shot of the kids playing on the beach, a great trio

  10. For me the first one is just wonderful. You have captured a fleeting moment with so much energy and in a perfect moment. A grand example of Cartier-Bresson’s decisive moment. I love the combination of blurred motion captured and movements frozen.

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