Spent a wonderful afternoon at the Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly Michigan, testing out a new lens that I will be using on our upcoming trip to Washington DC for the National Acolyte Festival.
Had great weather and great time at a very very cool venue.
Wikipedia describes “The Michigan Renaissance Festival (MIRF) as a Renaissance fair, an interactive outdoor event that focuses on recreating the look and feel of a fictional English village called Hollygrove during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I in the latter half of the 16th Century. A large number of patrons also regularly attend the festival in costume further fleshing out the streets with nobles, pirates, Vikings, wizards, rogues, wenches, and an assortment of fantasy characters. The festival also includes many nationally known Renaissance festival stage acts, juggling shows, sword fighting shows and more…”
Highly recommended if you have never attended. Click the link below to view images in the Michigan Renaissance Festival Gallery