Beamish Museum Steam Fair Part 4


Part 1 HERE  Part 2 HERE  Part 3 HERE  

Today I’m concentrating on the lovely people who dress up in authentic costumes for this event.

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21 comments

  1. Lovely crystal clear shots again, and full of detail.
    I like the lady organ-grinder, and her stuffed monkey!
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. I love how different and smart their outfits are. They really went to a lot of effort to look like that.

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  3. I have never been able to approach people for photographs. You have such lovely pictures of people. I wish I had your ability to approach them. Kudos for both the approach and the images. Warmest Regards, Ed

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    • Thanks Ed, a lot of these people expect to be photographed as the whole occasion is to dress up in period costume and quite a few actually work at the museum so are very used to it. So no need to approach or even ask, just crack on with taking the shots. 😊

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  4. What kind of camera do you use? What clear, sharp pictures.

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  5. Wow.. just WOW, how very kool to see all this, must have been an amazing time you spent there Fraggy. Cuz your photos make me feel like I’m right there with ya. Really awesome job Fraggy.

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  6. Great shots – I like the little kid having her face wiped by Grandma in the background – a fun little contrast to the rest of the people in the shots!

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  7. Great shots. I especially love when you’ve caught someone “old” and someone “new” in the same one!

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