These piano portraits remind me of the garden portraits because both offer an illuminating way to capture a person’s personality.
J Sembach from LOC|Flickr Commons, 1915-1920
Alma Gluck & E. Zimbalist, LOC|Flickr Commons, 1915-1920
Olive Kline, LOC|Flickr Commons circa 1915
Thelonius Monk & Howard McGhee, LOC|Flickr Commons, 1945
Erroll Garner, LOC|Flickr Commons, 1946
Fletcher-Copp Piano System, LOC|Flickr Commons, circa 1915
What’s the Fletcher Copp Piano System? I didn’t know. A search yielded this answer: It’s a system of teaching children to play the piano created by Evelyn Fletcher-Copp. For more information, click here.
I always wanted to learn to play the piano. I wonder if I’m too old for Fletcher Cops.
On Friday’s Cee challenges bloggers to post photos that depict ways, paths, roads, taken and not. Here’s a quaint walkway in Kyoto.