The Busker at Merchants Arch - 479
Busking is a long tradition in Dublin and this spot under the Merchants Arch in Temple Bar, just beside the Halfpenny Bridge, is a coveted one because of the acoustics and probably more importantly keeping dry ! A code of practice that each busker must have a repetoire of at least 20 songs came into being recently - apparently there had been complaints ! In this scene the girl is serenading the couple under the umbrella ..... singing for her supper I guess :-)
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