Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
They do things that seem incredible.Tomás.
That's amazing that she could fit herself in that box. People can be amazing with their talents that's for sure.
Love that first close-up. Fun series!
OMG. she seem to be made of elastic.
Oh good grief! That's quite incredible. I've enjoyed all of the Busker series. Thanks for sharing this super event.
The box act gets me every time. She has amazing talent. What will your next series bring?JanisGDP
i wonder what she does for training? interesting??! ( :
@Tomas: it is incredible.@Bill: and the box is even smaller than it looks.@Revrunner: thanks!@Marianne: she is very flexible.@Lowell: you're welcome.@Janis: it'll be standalone stuff for awhile.@Beth: lots of exercise.
The agility of some of these people is amazing. Of course, all the time she's doing things she keeps up a chatter.
I'd get pains just watching her!
that's a claustrophobia i couldn't handle.
Seeing her fit into that box reminds me of a segment I recently saw on America's Got Talent!
Gosh, it is hard to believe it is possible to do this.
This would be fun to watch!
@Red: yes, she talks the whole time.@Norma: understandable!@Tex: even though she's able to look out.@Linda: that's something I have not seen.@Gunn: it still leaves me baffled.@Marleen: it was!
I could NEVER!
Not sure how she fit in that box.
If you hadn't shown pictures I never would have believed this. I'm still not sure I do!!
It must be hard dreaming up new ideas for busking! This is a hoot!
I wonder whether she has bones like we do. So incredible!
Oh my she is spectacular.
@Cloudia: I couldn't!@Janey: I watched it myself and still can't figure out how to contort oneself like that.@Kay: and I was no more than ten feet away when she was doing it.@Jennifer: this is one hell of an act.@Nancy: she's very flexible!@Carolann: definitely!@Whisk: indeed!