11/6/2011 – 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Tippecanoe

The fall seems utterly rife with quaint little opportunities for people to dress up in unusual clothes and relive the gay and delightful past.

As with most of these events, it’s a grand chance for just some serious portraiture…

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…and some not so serious.

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This kindly gent actually seemed very pleased to have his picture taken.

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And skilled craftsmen abounded.

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These two seemed engaged in some serious negotiations.

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I can only assume that his red feather sets him apart from the plain white of his cohorts as a leader of some sort. His expression seems to carry with it one of supreme confidence.

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And then there are those who come out just for the spiritual aspects of the whole thing.

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Quite a dashing character…. though I think that perhaps EVERYONE looks dashing in a top hat?

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Again, it’s amazing the expressions there are just waiting to be captured.

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And that, boys and girls, was the day that was.


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