For those who may not be familiar with BRF, it is a place that recreates a time when knights were noble, maids were merry and turkey legs were to die for. It takes you back in time to a festive village, celebrating a visiting Queen Elizabeth the late 1570s. You find yourself surrounded by villagers in period garb, fairies, folks in a variety of costumes and everyone is having a fabulous time eating, drinking and being as merry as the law allows. As they proudly say, "...revelry is the order of the day!"
There are a variety of things to see and do while there. For a photographer, it's a feast on the eyes as there are so many different things and characters to photograph in various ways.
I had a great time simply walking around and talking to different folks and making photographs of things I found appealing throughout the area.
This year marked the debut of an Aerial Silk Fantasy act, in which a girl by the name of Lauryn Murray would showcase her skills by floating practically effortlessly, a staggering 30 feet above an area known as Shakespeare’s Meadow. It was quite impressive to see how gracefully she managed to do that & more in the name of entertainment.
For a full gallery of the photographs / images I made that day, go to → https://mariosalazarphotography.smugmug.com/Bristol-Renaissance-Faire-2016/
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