Friday, November 13, 2009

Music/ Photo Hunter



This week's Photo Hunter challenge: music

This harp and music stand are inside the Sharon Temple located in Sharon (East Gwillimbury), Ontario. 



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27 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Isn't a harp just the most angelic instrument? It's beautiful too!

Carver said...

What a beautiful harp. Great take on the theme. I goofed this week with the theme and had to backtrack.

Cezar and Léia said...

I love harp's sound!
Wonderful idea for this post!
Happy weekend dear EG!
Léia

Betty said...

Great post. Very beautiful.

brattcat said...

What good hunting you did! That first shot is classic.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I love hearing the harp... It's amazing.. I have a CD with just harp music. Awesome!!!!

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Jacob said...

Very interesting post. And a great photograph!

George said...

This is a great picture for the theme. Thanks for the information in the second photo.

Ann said...

At my friends' wedding, they had a girl playing the harp. The music was beautiful.

Becky and Gary said...

I really enjoy harp music, and these folks that play are so talented. Interesting facts.
B.

Becky and Gary said...

I'm back. Forgot to tell you about beach glass. On our side of the Lake the glass seems to be deposited in the stones on the edge of the shore. I take a garden claw and scrape the surface, and sometimes dig down till I reach sand ( about 3-4").I haven't found much on the sandy beaches themselves.
B.

kaye said...

I love the harp--it looks like a painting. Very unique subject for music.

EastCoastLife said...

I heard harp music played live at a hotel once, it was so beautiful! I was like in Heaven. :P

Vita Stunder said...

What a beautiful harp EG!
Have a great weekend :)

jams o donnell said...

That is such a beautiful harp. I love the harp's heavenly sound. Happy weekend

gengen said...

Oh that is cute instrument...Happy hunting.

Manang Kim said...

I love harp's sound it is so angelic. Happy weekend.

Robin said...

Ahh, a Quaker temple. That would explain the harp. I was wondering what on earth a harp was doing in a synagogue. Lovely instrument wherever it's played.

YTSL said...

Interesting. Had never heard of Davidites before! With a name like Sharon Temple, my first reaction was that it was a Jewish place of worship (because I've heard my Jewish friends describe where to go worship as temples as well as synagogues).

see you there! said...

Lovely harp. I really enjoyed the bit of history on the sign as well.

Darla

Annie said...

Beautiful shot! I'd love to visit that temple.

jmb said...

What an interesting harp and a wonderful choice for this week's theme.
I wonder how they came to have this intrument.

Happy weekend to you.

Chris said...

What a great website; photos are all wonderful!

Many thanks for visiting

Mrs Mecomber said...

How very interesting! I had to look this one up. David Wilson was from Dutchess County, NY, apparently. There were many, many little religious and social communities that sprang up and out of New York State in the early to mid 1800s.

GREAT post! I enjoyed it immensely.

Happy Photo Hunting! I hope you get a chance to visit my post today at New York Traveler.net. Happy trails!

luna miranda said...

very interesting! harp reminds me of goddesses and nymphs.:p

A. @ A Changing Life said...

I love both the sound and the look of harps. a perfect choice for this week.

Anneke (Mudhooks) said...

Terrific!

Mine is here...
http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2009/11/14/photohunter-music/

and please check out the update from my post last week: http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2009/11/14/it-arrived/

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