All Hallow’s Eve!

Mouse eatin!g grin

Mouse eating grin

When I first moved back to the States, I couldn’t figure out what Renaissance Festivals were all about. Twelve years later, I got it – you wear something as funny, provocative or revealing as you can in the general theme of the weekend. This weekend at our local Renfest, it was All Hallow’s Eve so I decided to go as a black cat(ish). Teddy said that I was getting plenty of attention from children and young men. I guess they both wanted a cuddle, of sorts…

pensive-ted
Teddy made a minimum effort with his outfit, as usual. He looks pensive but he is really just overwhelmed by the amount of cleavage and ass on view. This is one of his shots.

Barbarian Wench

Barbarian Wench

It is a disability friendly venue and I just loved Death – both the concept and the effort

death

These ladies made it feel medieval…

choir

I really liked the big black bunny rabbit…

Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny

I loved this giant fairy (on stilts)

giant-fairy

I thought I misheard when someone called out, ‘watch out for the llama!” but no…

llama

It was as hot as hell, so I have no idea how this knight in shining armor coped.

knight-shining

There was an arial Hawk show and I love this shot of a King Vulture getting ready to fly. All the birds were disabled or unable to be released into the wild.

King Vulture

King Vulture

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

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37 thoughts on “All Hallow’s Eve!

  1. So RenFest is like a ComicCon for the sophisticated? I always wondered why the theme seemed to be medieval when the actual Renaissance was Europe “awakening” from the Dark Ages. Or maybe my history classes were just tooooo long ago….

    Oh, and awesome costume! πŸ˜€

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  2. Forgot to comment on the llama. A little off topic, speaking of llamas did you know that ostriches can attack? My cousin and I were out riding in the country not too long ago and we came upon what looked like a farm only instead of cows, horses, sheep, etc. they had ostriches. This led into a conversation where my cousin told me years ago that her and her daughter was preparing to leave track practice when all of the sudden this huge bird came charging at them. Of course I’m like “nah uh, that’s impossible.” She said they were running for the car screaming for their lives but they weren’t hurt and it was funny in retrospect. I laughed so hard I nearly peed myself.

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