Sunday, January 23, 2011

Ringling Minature Circus Under the big top page 2

above is where they cook for the hudreds of circus workers and performers, below is the mess tent

taking it easy playing cards while waiting for the show to start






The End of Circus Visit.
coming soon! who knows?

17 comments:

Stacey Dawn said...

Those are really great... they really depicted a lot with those minatures... cool!

Ann said...

The miniature circus has got to be the most awesome display I've ever seen. (well seen in pictures anyway)
I think I want to run away and join the circus now.

Remington said...

This has been so much fun! Thank you very much! I can hardly wait to see what's next....hope your weekend is going well....

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is amazing detail.

From the Kitchen said...

I'm just catching up with my blogging friends and have LOVED my visit to the circus in miniature. I don't think this was there when I went many, many years ago as I child. If it was, I didn't see it. It truly is amazing. I can't decide on what area is my favorite but all those circus goers milling around the midway is at the top!!

Best,
Bonnie

Gerry's Soap N Stuff said...

Awesome!

Gerry

S. Etole said...

They didn't miss a detail, did they?!

Ginny said...

The first two look the most real, I would not have known they are minature. And they bring landscaping trucks with them?? That's something I didn't know. I can't believe it's over, I'm sad to see it come to an end.

Lucy (aka rharper) said...

I love miniature stuff. It totally fascinates me.

Snapper II said...

The detail in this mineature is awesome. I see a first aid tent. The last two photos show the men working on engines in a shop area. This mineature shows just how complex the circus used to be. Almost like an Army. Great photos, and presentation.

Judy said...

Wow! I haven't been to the Circus Museum for about 7 years and this wasn't completed then. It is certainly going on my Old Broad's Bucket List!

LC said...

Hooray for the circus! I have enjoyed each installment. But. . . I have really had trouble getting on your site and Ginny's today.

SquirrelQueen said...

The museum looks like such an amazing place, thanks for giving us a tour Sandra. I have really enjoyed all of your photos.

DawnTreader said...

Really impressed with all the details!

srp said...

These are such great photos... makes you almost forget that you are really like a Gulliver to these Lilliputians.

Michaele said...

Very unique and detailed. This made my heart happy.
Ps you should link all of your posts to FB : )

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Awesome shots!