I've Got You Pegged by lyndemc

I've Got You Pegged

For many, the appeal of the cello are its deep, low notes of C and G. These two pegs tune those strings, the C in the foreground, the G further back. In learning to hold the cello in the proper position, a student can know they have the instrument positioned correctly if that C peg is touching behind the left ear. Some artists prefer to remove this peg, replacing it with a flat head pin that is turned with a key~like device. I'm glad I've left mine in or this picture wouldn't have looked the same! (Yes, I could've turned the instrument over and used the D and A pegs but those strings don't have the fan club that C and G do.)
Love the life you put into your description. Such a beautiful instrument. 30 photos shouldn't be difficult with it's intricacies!
April 10th, 2020  
Tried the art technique...thanks for the link!
April 10th, 2020  
What beauty there is in the tones of cello music!
April 10th, 2020  
Nice focus
April 11th, 2020  
Wonderful light.
April 11th, 2020  
Awesome capture.,
April 11th, 2020  
It's amazing what you've done with your cello shots. The depth of field here makes this shot.
April 11th, 2020  
Lovely image
April 11th, 2020  
Incredible capture and dof.
April 11th, 2020  
Wonderful and next time I go to a concert ( oh when will that be???) I'll look at cello section's ears closely
April 11th, 2020  
Bokeh too!
April 12th, 2020  
C and G have just gained another fan! How beautiful is this image!
April 12th, 2020  
@30pics4jackiesdiamond Your comment made me chuckle. And yeah, who knows when that concert attendance will ever get to happen. They'll have to have time to practice first since they've not been able to do that either.
April 13th, 2020  
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