Dance like no one’s watching

I was walking through Dundas Square and stopped to watch these two guys playing music — you can see them in the background there. I took a couple of shots but there really wasn’t anything worth shooting. Then all of a sudden this homeless street person (I’m assuming he was homeless) started dancing up a storm to the music. And of course I started snapping away. Not sure if he knew I was photographing him. Didn’t seem like it. Either that or he didn’t care.

I’m not much of a dancer, myself. Like, I suppose I can slow dance, but that’s about it. Just don’t have that in-built dance rhythm chip. I probably haven’t danced in 20 years now — well, maybe 17 or so. Better put, I haven’t dance in this century. That’s fine by me, though.

So today was a good day for me. Got up early, hit the Egg Smart (a chain of breakfast diners here in Toronto) to eat and read the newspaper, then home to work on the magazine. Got as far ahead with it as I can for now. There’s plenty more work to do but I’m at a standstill until I get content from others. This was my main objective for the weekend so I’m feeling pretty good. I’m hoping to get out tomorrow for some photography with a small group of people downtown. I’ve got Monday off, so the plan is to leave my household chores until then.

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4 Responses to Dance like no one’s watching

  1. Great series and the vignette is really on par on these for emphasis.

  2. If I danced like no one was watching, everyone would be watching. lol

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