Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Altavia Anniversary 07, Part 2

Eichling out of armor.

Looking at my woodblocks.

A really kewl tree.

Kinda like Brigadoon.

Veteran's Park is truly gorgeous.

More trees.

Spring color.

More forrest.

Such reach.

I missed the woman who was learning to rappel down from the trees.


Great light.

Our little pavillion from the rear.

The grass was full of clover -- and bees!

Pick-up fights.

Waaay across the eric.

Not many left.

Great sachel.

Sven and Kolfinna.

Just missed the kiss. ;-j

Kolfinna as Peter Pan?

Their Highnesses.

Notice the matching pants. ;-]

Taking a break on the field.

Actually waiting his turn.

Janet and Elric at home in their pavillion.

Not going anywhere for awhile?

Lyondemere Pavillion.

Won't anyone play anymore?

An interesting pavillion.

A closer view.

William has to quit for the day.

The finals.

It's a big eric.

This reminds me of Sarrat.

Under the arming tree.

The tourney's over.

Altavia Anniversary 07, Part 1

Once we finally chose a spot for our pavillion, we settled in for the day.

Eichling stops by to chat.

Across the eric: Altavia with the penants, Royals to the right.

A charming little gypsy.

The populace gathers for the basket auction.

Telephoto view across the eric.

More practice fights.

Is that William waaay across the eric?

The basket auction.

His Majesty in a casual moment.

A fine portable pavillion.

The rear view.

A pleasant little feast.

Hroar's pottery booth.

Some of his great period critter pitchers.

A closer view.

Persian wares.

A bookmaker hard at work.

The rapier field.

Lunch in the royal pavillion.

Therese of the White Griffin.

William and ___

They're really talking shop. ;-j

The long view.

Our pavillion across the eric.

William relaxing in the pavillion.

A little lady and her keeper cross the eric (there's a path).

William salutes me from the eric.

William's fight (telescopic view -- they're not really walking thru the fight).

Normal view.

Philippa working on a woodblock.

Hi there.

It's nicely portable.

Coming along.

It's a griffin from a medieval tile.

Flex-cut micro u-gouge.

More tools.

Kolfinna and Auggie.

And that's only half of it!