The Very Thought of You


The clarinet player I met on San Francisco’s Embarcadero a couple of years ago; he started playing in 1947 when he was young, and hasn’t stopped.  I haven’t seen him the last few times I’ve been in the City. I hope he is well, and continues to play beautiful music where ever he is. I keep running by this photo in my files, and the very thought of hearing that lovely clarinet down by the waterfront makes me stop every time.

Thanks to A Word in Your Ear for this springboard in her challenge, Face


About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. I am a retired nurse case manager. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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24 Responses to The Very Thought of You

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  3. There’s something hauntingly beautiful about the sound of a clarinet – happy yet with an undertone of sadness.


  4. Madhu says:

    Beautiful photo and sentiment Angeline.


  5. That is thoughtful of you to remember this talented man. I do hope is well and good as well. I think it enriches us when we truly observe and open ourselves to the people around us.


  6. aliciasunday says:

    Loved the photo, I have clarinet in mind for my son and this has inspired me to move on and actually get him one. So much nicer sound than the bleep of a DS.


  7. skinnywench says:

    Reblogged this on A Word in Your Ear and commented:
    Love this photo from Angeline it has character and shows how blessed we are to be able to use our facial features. in response to THE A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE – FACE


  8. Melanee says:

    Love this photo for the challenge. Nicely done. I look forward to seeing more of your posts.


  9. melouisef says:

    Just love the clarinet!!!!!


    • Angeline M says:

      It sounded beautiful this day of the photo; and I’ve heard some incredible clarinet from a street musician in the City who stands in the corner of buildings in the financial district; the echo off the buildings is magical.


  10. Tina Schell says:

    wonderful capture


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