|There are plenty of photo ops at a Civil War Reenactment, and plenty of people bring their cameras. Above we see a man dressed as a Civil War photographer taking a group portrait. On the left, a man has just taken a picture of his young son posing with Union soldiers.|
And below, a woman dressed for "living history" takes a photo of her children as they rest.
|Even the "soldiers" were taking pictures, including the one on the right in the above photograph and the fellow in the left-hand picture.|
There were professional photographers there too with huge telephoto lenses much heavier than I would want to carry around!
I'll bet thousands of pictures were taken that day.
Shenandoah! A beautiful valley and a winding river -- how fortunate we are to live here! And since I love photography, I'm taking plenty of pictures and sharing them here. You'll find other subjects too. If you like historic sites or gardens or animals, you'll find them on this blog. Please visit often and feel free to comment.
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