Philip Greenlief and David Boyce on saxophone at this year’s Annual Skronkathon, at 21 Grand in Oakland.
The backdrop is Diana Rubiolo’s “13th Ave.” which contains 8500 35mm slides. It was one of the best backdrops I have seen for a new music performance.
A full review of this year’s Skronkathon will be coming soon. In the meantime, however, 21 Grand is struggling to stay open, as described in the linked article.
Very cool capture.
Beautiful shot! At first I thought the two men are just shadows. 🙂
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wow, I love that shot. Beautiful.
The silhouettes totally say “music”!
Awesome 😛 😛
Wow this is beautiful!!!
Thanks for posting.
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So well taken, great capture.
Wow such an unusual backdrop. Amazing shot!
This might be my favorite picture of yours ever. I love how the silhouettes look like shadows!
What a cool looking photo!
YES! Wow ~ awesome backdrop indeed! Happy WW to all!
That is a very cool shot!
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Cool backdrop for the silhouettes. Very nicely done!
That’s a really cool shot too.
Have a terrific day. 🙂
Totally agree about the backdrop!!!!!
It is beautiful 🙂
Love the shot!
Love the action!
Very cool pic. I love the background and the musicians look like they’re shadows. Yep, nicely done.
Cool beyond any words I can think of. I can feel the atmosphere of this one.
Holy cat, how did I miss this! Dynamic picture, and boy, would this ever be fun to play with in Photoshop!!!
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