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Chambord’s Lovely Information

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Chambord’s Stunning Specifics
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Image by Samantha Decker
It took numerous tries ahead of I determined this was good enough. I have often cherished this photograph, but I want it had been taken with a electronic digital camera. This was taken at the Chateau de Chambord in the Loire valley of France.

I have entered this into Jason D. Moore’s Huge Picture Contest under the classification &quotAged, Worn, or Outdated&quot.

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Sword and shield
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Picture by A single fortunate guy
Demonstrating some basic medieval sword and shield approach for some interested listeners.

Regardless of my forboding about the climate, the heavens smiled on us this earlier Saturday. Ideal climate actually, so I acquired a opportunity to go full-bore on the kit except for the excellent helm. I truly appreciate reenactment activities. No person cares if you draw your sword and wield it for patrons as I am undertaking in this picture.

This remark on reenactment events might look rhetorical. My position is to contrast them with Renaissance Festivals wherever security guards affectionately recognized as &quotthe white shirts&quot will descend on you with walkie-talkies blaring ought to you dare to draw metal inside of the festival grounds. I have been chastized plenty in the past. Indeed, I am a bad boy often wanting to whip my sword out:)

That paternoster with the coral red beads on my belt is the newest addition to the kit the medieval ancestor of contemporary rosary beads that would have been worn as screen of religious devotion by all lessons in the center ages.

Smite them with thy sword in this wise
medieval wear
Picture by One fortunate person
Demonstrating some fundamental medieval sword and shield strategy for some interested listeners.

In spite of my forboding about the weather conditions, the heavens smiled on us this previous Saturday. Perfect weather genuinely, so I obtained a opportunity to go total-bore on the kit other than for the excellent helm. I genuinely get pleasure from reenactment events. No person cares if you draw your sword and wield it for patrons as I am doing in this image.

This remark on reenactment occasions might look rhetorical. My stage is to contrast them with Renaissance Festivals where protection guards affectionately acknowledged as &quotthe white shirts&quot will descend upon you with walkie-talkies blaring really should you dare to draw metal within the festival grounds. I have been chastized plenty in the earlier. Certainly, I am a poor boy constantly wanting to whip my sword out:)

That paternoster with the coral red beads on my belt is the latest addition to the kit the medieval ancestor of modern rosary beads that would have been worn as show of religious devotion by all lessons in the center ages.

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