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I'm 99% sure the lady pictured in the "BristolRenaissance Faire 2008" thumbnail is Mckey, the contestant who just won "America's Next Top Model". No kidding!
Fantastic and unusual photography, keep shooting! V
Wow!! What else can be said. Every gallery and every photo is amazing. Not only the models, but the re-creation of a time and culture. My hat is off to you. Keep it up.
Hi Richard what an amazing body of work! Some really stunning portraiture and action shots. I especially liked the high contrast B & W shots of the sirens, and many of the tinted shots as well. Sorry to hear about Silverleaf. There is always one isn't there? Come to England....they treat you pretty well here. If you ever make it over to Essex send me an e-mail and perhaps we can meet up or I can help sort out something for you. I love Fantasy and history faires and fetes. I was once a period re-enactor myself. Love your galleries. Thanks for Sharing. BTW don't know who your model Sarah is...but she is beautiful.
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What a great gallery. Sorry to hear that you had a bad experience. I'll look forward to enjoying your other work as well.
Fantastic gallery with some of the most interesting subjects i have ever seen in a medieval setting. Over here in "old" Europe the role-players tend to play the role in a much darker-drab fashion. Photographing them is at times a hassle as they continue to put on a "show" in front of the audience. I am continually referred to as a "sole catcher of the devil" Later after the crowd leaves, the role player slips me his/her business card asking for a copy of the picture. Anyway your work is inspiring! Thank You
These pictures are awfully good. You've really captured the essence of the medieval faire! We're part of the sealed-knot society in Ye Merry Olde England and enjoy your pictures which must be a lot of hard work and effort. I hope that they give you as much pleasure taking them as we take in viewing them? Who makes the costumes, they are simply superb?!
These are great pic. I love Them all.
I've linked you from the Faire-Folk Photo Directory (
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