Photographer's Note

The Acropolis with its Parthenon is the most famous sight in Greece, and for very good reasons.

However, the breathtaking architecture with its 2,500 years of history is not the only reason to visit the area, as several street artists are happy to entertain the tourists after they return from the long walk around the monuments.

This old man especially caught my attention, as he was gently playing what I think is a gadulka (which, in spite of the picture being taken in Greece, is a Bulgarian instrument).
To begin with, he seemed completely oblivious of the crowd passing in front of him: instead, he was constantly looking down the street, maybe waiting for someone that was obviously a bit late.
But more importantly, the fabric of his shirt and the one of his trolley have an amazingly similar pattern, and I wonder if all his wardrobe is like that too.

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