Pioneer Woman at Fort Nisqually

Posted by Bruce (Tacoma, United States) on 21 September 2016 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

We attended this Brigade Encampment at Fort Nisqually and as a History Buff - I had a great time visiting the various actors and discussing what they were portraying.

You’ll be back in 1855 during the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum Brigade Encampment. This is one of the largest museum events of the year as re-enactors set up dozens of tents as they arrive at the Fort.

I appreciate all the comments – I find them very encouraging. My primary photography is flowers and landscapes along with my grandkids.

Most of my photos are, “as they were taken.” I do work with lighting or darkening them in many cases (and sometimes I will sharpen them) but I try not to use too much “photo-shopping” If I do adjust them – I try to mention it.

My goal is to I try to keep my photography as photography and not turn it into art. While I do love the retouched photos, I personally think they become art and not photography – just my opinion.

Lai Chan See from Singapore, Singapore

Wonderful portrait.

21 Sep 2016 5:16am

Devi from Chennai, India

wonder4ful portrait and mood...The cask and the metal cup ..everything looks so beautiful....

21 Sep 2016 10:56am

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice!
very nice!
L O V E L Y !

21 Sep 2016 8:51pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France

superbe ces éléments

22 Sep 2016 7:14am

 

Nikon D7100
1/125 second
F/5.6
ISO 400
38 mm (35mm equiv.)

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