AZ Ren Faire 2019 – Sunday February 10th (Opening Weekend)*
This year’s post of my first visit to AZRF is a little different. I’ve broken out a few select images into their own sets on Flickr. These images are not contained in the “Main” set so you need to view the subsets in order to see all of the images.
I’ve provided links to all the sets right here. As well as a few teaser images selected at random just to whet your whistle!
Alina Masquerade on Facebook
Alina Masquerade at AZRF 2019
Gwendolyn Show on Facebook
Gwendolyn Show from AZRF
Patrice Ruane – Spinet Girl (Personal Website)
Patrice Ruane – Spinet Girl at AZRF 2019
As promised, here are the links to the Main set & Sub-Sets on Flickr
The Main Set: There are 241 images here. Please take your time while viewing and feel free to leave some comments!
Patrice Ruane – The Spinet Girl: Patrice is always my first stop when I visit the AZRF. Take some time to view my images of her over the years!
Gwendolyn Show: I have a confession: I have always been intrigued by Gwendolyn whenever I have seen here during previous visits to AZRF, but never had the opportunity to talk to her. This year I saw here standing at the stone bridge, holding up her “Advice” sign and I got a few candids and approached to show her. And then, something great happened…we started chatting and the conversation was just so…natural. She is a very fun person to talk to! It was just a few minutes until her next show at the Royal Pavillion, so I decided to take some more pics of her performance. I’m so glad I did! And now I share them with you!
Alina Masquerade: Alina is a local Cosplayer who was visiting AZRF as a Pirate Wench. at the end of Gwendolyn’s performing at the Royal Pavillion she and her photographer came in to shoot a few photos. But the next event in the Pavilion was starting and we all had to leave.
I asked if I could shoot with her, and we wound up in the Green Grass field where folks were gathering for the Fire Whip show. It was a challenge in such bright direct sunlight, but Alina made it work.
Street Juggler: The last subset is just a fun little animation of a street juggler and the photos I used to create it.
* As always, if you were kind enough to pose for my camera and would like copies of those images to share and use in your social media, please contact me. Include your name, the file name/s of the images you would like, and your preferred email address and I’ll Dropbox the images for you. 🙂