Busker on Grafton Street, Dublin - 986
A watercolour painting of a guitarist playing for his supper in the middle of Grafton Street, Dublin city centre, a common sight and sound on this busy shopping street. Busking was once banned but was reinstated with a few rules, one of which was where the musician has to have a repertoire of at least twenty songs as people seemed to be cheesed off with hearing constant renditions of Oasis's 'Wonderwall'.
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