Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
I would think it would get to be a strain holding an instrument of that size for very long. I presume these were for sale?
Very cool, Sharon. I wonder how many didgeridoos get sold in Phoenix, Arizona.
he looks like an interesting sort.
I always wished a digeridoo...Beautiful shot Sharon!
FAscinating; I've never heard anyone play that instrument. In fact, I've never seen one before and had to look it up. Very cool.
Oh, I wasn't sure what I was going to see when I saw your title. Not the kind of instrument made for a marching band is it? :)
I've never seen anyone play this instrument before, although I've heard of one. I will have to youtube a sampling.
We have a digeridoo that we bought in the Australian outback. I can play blowing out, but I have not been able to figure out how to play while inhaling, which is necessary for the sound to be continuous.
I love to hear these played. It doesn't look easy. Looks like some kind of musical instrument on his legs too.
Wow! I wonder how many he sold.
What the heck is a digerdoo? An Australian instrument? Something played by a kangeroo? Maybe?
I am with the majority, I had to google diggeridoos. I wonder how they sound. Interesting.
Those are so cool.
They do sound amazing when played properly hey Sharpn, I'm guessing this guy was pretty good. Wonder if he was from Australia?
Is that what they call those things? I am pretty sure they are longer than I am.
This makes me think of the Anjuna Flee Market in Goa, India, where you can find hippies mixed with Indian Gypsies, selling stuff and doing all kinds of things you can imagine.
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