Cat And Lion

“Eye contact or NOT eye contact“: that’s always the basic question of portrait photography
(my wife Barbara trying to introduce Marc Lamote)
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photo by Frizztext / Barbara F.
Marc Lamote supported with his Leica camera his wife during the banjo player meeting at Fiddlers Irish Pub in Bonn, Germany.

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photos by Marc Lamote, introducing Catou Pecher (Banjo) & Leo De Potter (Gypsy Guitar)
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Catou Pecher (Banjo) & Leo De Potter (Gypsy Guitar) nicknamed “CAT & LION”:

performing an own composition; just for fun they play once a week in a Café in Brussels, Belgium. Entrance free.


video by Frizztext

another video found via youtube:

photos of marc lamote:
photos by marc lamote, introducing Sean Moyses

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

11 responses to “Cat And Lion

  1. I like the “never ending rag”, it sounds great, with the split banjos, instead of unison, It really brings out the melodic line. Thanks for sharing these wonderful music with us!

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  2. Eye contact is very important not only for portrait photography but also communication. 🙂

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  3. northernnarratives

    Love the music you share with us 🙂

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  4. thirdhandart

    The black and white photos by Marc Lamote are stunning! Thank you for sharing the wonderful music too!

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  5. It’s amazing – such different effects created by direct visual interaction (or lack there of) with a subject…

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  6. I read somewhere that no eye contact is better for men; eye contact for women…

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  8. I like that shot of Marc… 🙂

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