Inspiration: On Sunday past, I walked through Central Park for three hours (a true luxury, let me tell you!). After photographing the sax player in the post below, I walked in a northwestern direction through the park. Near the westerly edge, I heard the hearty notes of a trumpet. And as always, I followed until I located the source. The notes led me to another musician playing in another tunnel. I knew I was onto something interesting when I spotted a photographer crouched behind a tree some distance away from the tunnel taking photographs of this guy. Even from that distance, I could see beautiful light and shadow. After the photographer finished up, I walked into the tunnel and got as close as I could without disturbing the scene. The trumpeter played stunningly - his music enhanced by the acoustics in the shallow tunnel. But once again, you will have to take that from me until I learn to pay attention to the video capabilities on my camera. I took so many photos of him that I will have to show you more later this week.