Arriving at the festival we saw a performance already in full swing.
By the time I got into position to start snapping pics the performance was finished--pooh!
We then walked around a bit and wondered why there were so many arts and crafts tables . . . I guess something to keep the kiddies occupied . . .
We walked over to the front of the M department store. I thought there'd be a stage set up for the opening ceremony . . . nope. We waited for a minute and realized that nothing was going on there for at least an hour.
We never did see what the big black cauldrons and red buckets were used for . . .
Wandering back into another area I saw this massive crane . . .
. . . and then we headed towards the movie theaters cause we heard there was a stage set up there with performers.
Of the 6 performances I saw this guy was the best. He had that air of magic, surreality, and talent that made him a treat to watch.
He added a little bit of spicy to his performance here with the 'mimed boobs'--yes, I just said 'mimed boobs' . . .
At this point he illustrated how much he likes his broomstick--ahem, lol. There was some pelvic thrusting that I wasn't able to capture well with my camera--use your imagination.
He created the illusion that he was flying on his broomstick--very cool.
Considering the fact that I was about 25 feet away I think I got some decent shots. I should have just wormed my way to the front, but for some reason I didn't . . . oh well.
There was a pretty good turnout for the show . . . while taking pictures I was asked four times if I wanted to do an on-camera interview . . . no thanks.
Part 2 coming soon . . .