Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The Wall - Roger Waters

This week I was lucky enough to see The Wall concert.  I really can't say enough about how amazing the experience was.  Roger Waters at 67 - was phenomenal.  The show and the band performed the whole album and the special effects were amazing.  Here are some shots from the show.  Yes that wall really is there and was built during the show and is then torn down.
Here is the full video time lapse


  1. Anonymous5:49 PM

    Fantastic pictures!

    I was at the 9-30-10 Boston performance of the Wall, and was completely and utterly blown away.

    I know I'm still in post-euphoric bliss, but I really do think that was the most thoroughly and powerfully realized performance of anything in any genre that I've ever witnessed.

  2. Damn, great year for me when it comes to concerts. First time around it was amazing and can't wait to see Roger again. I’ve just found cheap Roger Waters Tickets at Ticketsinventory.com

  3. walter herrmann1:38 PM

    I have been to many shows over a 50 year period, but I have never experienced anything like this bevore. I just can't get over it how great of a show this was.

  4. Anonymous10:18 AM

    I saw the Houston show on Nov. 20th. It was like being transported 50 years into the future and seeing a great concert. The show was oustanding in every way. It's really more like participating in an event than it is simply attending a musical concert.

  5. Anonymous6:23 PM

    These are amzing concert photos!
    What camera/lens did you use?

  6. i've posted the video full length here on youtube -

  7. i went to the show in detroit it was exelent and my two boys were with me to see it. fantastic

  8. Vous avez réalisé un travail remarquable.
    Magnifique photographies.
    Je n'ai pas encore terminé de regarder la totalité de votre travail photographique.
    J'ai regardé votre montage sur Youtube c'est très bien réalisé et cela donne envie d'aller voir ce concert.
    BRAVO et MERCI pour votre travail.

  9. Images looks so nice, Thanks.


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