Street performers in Budapest often ply their trade in the underground walkways beneath roads and in the subway terminals. I took these couple of photos on walks through the city. I placed a few coins in their busking box, and then I was free to snap away with my camera.
I do not know how much money thee fellows make a day, but I figure it must be enough to live on, as I have noticed that many buskers work a full time day.
Street performer playing a violin in Budapest, Hungary.
Accordion player and a juggler performing in the Budapest subway for spare change. They had rucksacks, so I assume that they are travelers who make their travel funds by busking.
At one time I could remember that I wanted to be a traveling busker. So I learned how to juggle and tried my hand at swallowing swords. I am a bit regretful to say that I have not yet funded my travels through busking. Maybe somewhere down the winding, winding Road. Maybe not.