I like that they use a train in the re-enactment. Nice addition to relating to the history.
Wow so real. Those folks worked hard on that too!!Hugs Madi and Mom
a very good job.
Very realistic photos. You did an awesome job.
Excellent photos Sandra and I love the sepia and also the other effect you used. The reenactment must have been very interesting. We live not too far from the Manassas battlefield and when we have walked over that beautiful area, it really is hard to imagine that some major battles went on.
These people are good! I do wonder about the ones what have jobs, what they do. But knowing would make it less real. Boys will be boys and I bet they LOVE this!
Oh my, what a wonderful series of photos, and I love the sepia tone!!
I like the reenactment! Looks so real, black and white is perfect
Thanks for taking us with you S!!!
Hello, awesome series. Looks like the real thing using the sepia. Happy Wednesday!
Awesome pictures. It's almost like being there. A book I'm reading right now was talking about a man who was shot in the leg, it got infected but he refused the advice of doctors to have it amputated. Not that that really has much to do with your post but my fingers insisted on typing that :)
When all's said and done, your splendid photo essay reminds me of the ugly truth ... cousin against cousin, brother against brother. On his "Cabinet of Curious Treasures" blog friend Jon published a series of shots of real Civil War soldiers that stopped me in my tracks. They were all so freaking young!!! Breaks my heart. Here's a link to his site:http://cabinetofcurioustreasures.blogspot.com/2016/08/civil-war-soldiers.html
Great shots. It all looks so real!
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