I love how you made the pictures sepia. Just like they were during the Civil War. Which was very uncivil. This has got to be the most awesome job for guys.
laughing at you being on their side.
I cannot imagine how long it takes to put a re enactment together.Well done for sureHugs Cecilia
Awesome action shots Sandra.I feel like I stepped back in time
Great photos! And good fit you for being quiet. General Longstreet would be proud! I love reenactments: all the action without the death count, stench of swollen rotting corpses or devastated families. And great idea for sepia tone!
Awesome photos you captured and I love the edit. I often marvel at how hot these men must get in those uniforms.
Great photos showing the action.
Those 'boys' look like they're having so much fun!Good for you, Georgia 'reb.' My heart's always been on the side of the South.
This would be neat to watch and I love the photo edit treatment you gave your pictures.
I'm glad you survived to tell us the tale of the battle.
Great post and photos, love the sepia tone.
Love those photos!!Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Wonderful pictures. Andrew and I used to attend any reenactment we could find...Civil War, that is.
It would be fun to watch this enactment, knowing it was just that, and feeling safe. Good job again with the photos Sandra.
I love the enthusiasm of the people who participate in these reenactments.
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