Kelmarsh Festival of History 2011

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Mrs. Woodrington
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Hi all,

I've got all my photos from Kelmarsh online now. I divided them into 3 albums, because there were quite a few of them!

For the battle of the American War of Independence:
http://picasaweb.google.com/elliewout/Kelmarsh2011AWI

The pics from the Boer War battle on both saturday and sunday:
http://picasaweb.google.com/elliewout/K ... rWarBattle

And the album for various things, but mainly portraits±
http://picasaweb.google.com/elliewout/K ... aitsParade
Have a look, you might be in there! :-)

Hope you enjoy them and if you like them, take a look at my Facebook page, you can find me by searching for "Ellie Wout Photography". You can find many more events there!
cheers, Ellie

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You guys, these pics are really cool! How was the festival anyway, did you enjoy it? Any good stories to tell?

*PS: I see a familiar face among the photos haha. I didn't know this person was into festivals.
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I see me!..Shooting Wascally Wedcoats..........
"Give me a tent and a kettle
Snowshoes and axe and gun
Send me up in Grand River
Steering by star and sun".
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steve stanley wrote:I see me!..Shooting Wascally Wedcoats..........
I see me - mostly obscured by a spade (just about every picture I can find of myself this year I'm either facing away from the camera or someone else is stood in front... :-x ):

http://picasaweb.google.com/elliewout/K ... 1658153506
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Lord Byron, I'll try to avoid the spade or any other tool next time ;-)
And I will have a look, because I've got more pics, I had 1280 in total! So there might be one who is similar, but with you in full view. Who knows...

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No, I'm sorry, I don't think I have one! Better luck next time!!

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Mrs. Woodrington wrote:Lord Byron, I'll try to avoid the spade or any other tool next time ;-)
And I will have a look, because I've got more pics, I had 1280 in total! So there might be one who is similar, but with you in full view. Who knows...No, I'm sorry, I don't think I have one! Better luck next time!!
Ah well, thanks for looking anyhow.
"If I am a fool it is, at least, a doubting one; and I envy no-one the certainty of his self-approved wisdom".

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