I spent this past weekend at Reenactorfest. Those not familiar with this event, it is a 3-day convention designed for reenactors of all eras and cultures. There are gobs and gobs of merchants; a reenactor-shopper's dream. There are also many classes to partake in, and I must not forget the Ball on Saturday night. I personally enjoy Reenactorfest because of all the resources you have available to you and that it is solely for reenactors, no fantasy at all.
There was much fun to be had. I got in my fair share of shopping, assisted with the street performing class, and sat in on a Victorian tea. I had missed the first couple of hours of the Ball, got lost in conversations and food. Not a bad thing I think. Though it seems I arrived at the Ball just in time for all of the silliness. I will leave it at that.
Besides the random event review, I felt the urge to do a little show n' tell. Due to the fact that I am typically behind to camera at events, many of my costumes aren't visually documented. I am attempted to change that and at least get a snapshot or two of myself when I'm garb or one of my stage costumes. Here are a couple photos from this weekend.