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Madrid seems to be full of impromptu street
performances of one kind or another. My previous
visit to Madrid had been in the early seventies, a
few years before the death of the dictator Franco,
and Madrid struck me then as being an unfriendly,
austere city with little but the Prado to recommend
it. That was a long time ago, and since then Spain,
despite crippling social and economic problems, has
flowered as a tourist destination with excellent
transport links. Who would have thought of Bilbao,
a stinking, ugly fishing port in the 1970s, as the
venue for a world-renowned Gehry art gallery? So
Spain has been transformed since the Franco years
and the good-natured, vibrant, artistic qualities of
its people once more evident everywhere you go.
These two guitarists held a large crowd in a street market spellbound for an hour or
more and I was gradually able to work my way forward to take a picture. To eliminate
the crowd, I kept the composition tightly to the hands and guitars, and the strong sepia
toning and added grain seemed to be natural for the image.
Madrid seems to be full of impromptu street performances of one kind or another. My
previous visit to Madrid had been in the early seventies, a few years before the death of
the dictator Franco, and Madrid struck me then as being an unfriendly, austere city with
little but the Prado to recommend it. That was a long time ago, and since then Spain,
despite crippling social and economic problems, has flowered as a tourist destination
with excellent transport links. Who would have thought of Bilbao, a stinking, ugly fishing
port in the 1970s, as the venue for a world-renowned Gehry art gallery? So Spain has
been transformed since the Franco years and the good-natured, vibrant, artistic qualities
of its people once more evident everywhere you go.
These two guitarists held a large crowd in a street market spellbound for an hour or
more and I was gradually able to work my way forward to take a picture. To eliminate
the crowd, I kept the composition tightly to the hands and guitars, and the strong sepia
toning and added grain seemed to be natural for the image.
Madrid seems to be full of impromptu street
performances of one kind or another. My previous
visit to Madrid had been in the early seventies, a
few years before the death of the dictator Franco,
and Madrid struck me then as being an unfriendly,
austere city with little but the Prado to recommend
it. That was a long time ago, and since then Spain,
despite crippling social and economic problems, has
flowered as a tourist destination with excellent
transport links. Who would have thought of Bilbao,
a stinking, ugly fishing port in the 1970s, as the
venue for a world-renowned Gehry art gallery? So
Spain has been transformed since the Franco years
and the good-natured, vibrant, artistic qualities of
its people once more evident everywhere you go.
These two guitarists held a large crowd in a street market spellbound for an hour or
more and I was gradually able to work my way forward to take a picture. To eliminate
the crowd, I kept the composition tightly to the hands and guitars, and the strong sepia
toning and added grain seemed to be natural for the image.

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Madrid seems to be full of impromptu street performances of one kind or another. My previous visit to Madrid had been in the early seventies, a few years before the death of the dictator Franco, and Madrid struck me then as being an unfriendly, austere city with little but the Prado to recommend it. That was a long time ago, and since then Spain, despite crippling social and economic problems, has flowered as a tourist destination with excellent transport links. Who would have thought of Bilbao, a stinking, ugly fishing port in the 1970s, as the venue for a world-renowned Gehry art gallery? So Spain has been transformed since the Franco years and the good-natured, vibrant, artistic qualities of its people once more evident everywhere you go. 
  These two guitarists held a large crowd in a street market spellbound for an hour or more and I was gradually able to work my way forward to take a picture. To eliminate the crowd, I kept the composition tightly to the hands and guitars, and the strong sepia toning and added grain seemed to be natural for the image.  
A plain white mount and a polished wood frame work well here.

A plain white mount and a polished wood frame work well here.

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