My Pennsic pictures seem to fall into 3 categories: First and most important documenting what we as a family are doing, secondly random photos of what makes Pennsic special (Fighters, garb, camp walls and gates) and thirdly pictures that capture the only at Pennsic juxtaposition between ancient and modern.
|The weather figured in a lot of my photos this year|
|dad and kids waiting out a storm|
Did I mention the weather?
|He was flying over the battlefield, not sure that was a good omen|
|I don't know if he was coming from the battlefield or going to it |
but he made an interesting contrast with the tents
|One on one combat|
|Most camps expend a lot of effort on their gates and walls|
What I cannot give you is an idea of the scale of things when
10,000+ people all get together in the same place
to camp for 2 weeks. For that you would need one of the aerial photos
that are taken each year. If you are really interested this web site
http://www.oocities.org/toomperscott/photos.html has photos of
some of many postcards that have been
sold over the years including some aerial views.