Tell me a story: March 2018

The Renaissance Fair is always a fun event to visit.  Lots of characters, lots of laughter, lots of beer.  It always fascinates me that folk who are just visiting often do so in character.

There are so many interesting things to see and do.  Amy and I headed out there one weekend.  I had warned her that it would be a long day.  We got there as it opened at 10am and did not leave until 5pm.  Besides for sampling the beer and finding some Moroccan food to eat, both of us walked away with a henna tattoo.  Pity they do not last very long.

This weekend I believe the theme was Vikings and Barbarians but I felt like I saw more maids and sultans.  Despite that we had a great time.  I took lots of images and am only sharing a few of them for you to share in our day.

Rennaisance Fair: Deerfield Beach: February 25, 2018:

The welcoming committee

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Fair Maids awaiting

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Sultan

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Jewelry on display

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The Dark Side

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Making music

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Beauty on a ribbon

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Circ de Solei at the Ren Fest – this got a little bawdy

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Fancy Hat

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Fancy headware

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Musicians playing bawdy music

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Musicians playing bawdy music

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Her clothes are the opposite of the first image.

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Jewelry

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Artistic display in the air

If you get a chance to visit a Renaissance festival, I would encourage you to do so.  They are a whole lot of fun.

This is a circle blog and I am looking forward to seeing what everyone else has got up to this month.  Follow the link here to see what my friend Kim of Kim Sidwell Photography has for you this month, Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.

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2 Comments on “Tell me a story: March 2018

  1. Beautiful images for your post this month, Sharleen! This Renaissance Fair looks so fun and interesting! I love the perspective you have chosen on some of your images. Beautiful!

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