Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Lugnet

Start `Em Young The last band to play during the Trädgårdsrock festival was the crowd favourite from last years event, Lugnet. These guys have only played together for one year but they are all very experienced musicians, and they look and sound great live. They play 70's rock, a bit of Deep Purple and Black Sabbath. Be sure yo check out the slideshow. Rock on!

10 comments:

Lasse Jansson said...

Just dina bilder på Lugnet är de jag fastnat mest för (sett dem upplagda på Flickr för någon dag sedan.) Och bilden på barnet med hörselkåpor är klockren!

Sedan blir jag lite imponerad över det inflikade bildspelet i blogginlägget. Måste klura ut hur det funkar eftersom jag faktiskt har både konto på Flickr och bloggar på Blogger. Om det är raketvetenskap går jag bet, men det borde vara enklare än att åka till månen... :-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hey Steffe, lovely pic, those ear muffs look so cute on that little head :) but I'm not seeing the slideshow just the spot where it should be, not sure why?

Lowell said...

Not my kind of music but then I have to avoid such concerts 'cause they are very painful to my ears. I would have to wear ear plugs and that doesn't even do it.

Terrific composition here!

Barbara Farr said...

Great shot. Glad to see the hearing protection.

Stefan Jansson said...

That 's weird. I'm looking at the photos now. I will log out from flickr and see if I can still see them.

Mo said...

The boy is clearly entranced

Jack said...

Your photo of the boy with headphones is cool, as are the ones of the performers in the slideshow.

I reviewed some of your portraits done with the nifty fifty. I am trying to decide between a fifty and an 85mm, otherwise similar. I always thought that 80-90mm is best for portraits. Any advice?

Stefan Jansson said...

I have been looking at a 90mm lens from Tamron that is said do be excellent for portraits. The Tamron AF 90mm f/2.8.

jennyfreckles said...

You got some terrific photos of what looks to be a really fun event.

Bob Crowe said...

Oh, dear. Maybe the child will grow up to be an audiologist.