Photo by myself at the subway platform below 34th Street.
After a very long and stressful day at work, it was more than a little nice to listen to live music. An accordian player played tunes from Fiddler on the Roof, like 'If I were a Rich Man'.
After I took this photo, I showed the musician the image my camera. He nodded and said simply, 'That is me.'
Incidentally, I came home Tuesday night to Mark watching Splash on television.
Yes, 'Splash', the movie from the mid-80's about a guy (a young Tom Hanks) who meets a mermaid (a young Darryl Hannah). It's so very well done and so very 80's.
It's also a great movie to watch for glimpses of New York City! There are street musicians, walks through Times Square, Central Park and the Upper West Side. Chase scenes careen through Midtown, along the East River and down lower Broadway.
Of course, the old Fulton Fish Market, which used to be located near the Brooklyn Bridge for 180 years, plays a large role in the movie.
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