Abbey Medieval Festival 2012 (part 3)

Part 1 is here.

Part 2 is here.

Not having a “medieval” or “historical” costume wasn’t a problem. It was interesting seeing the many “fantasy” costumes.

This fine wolf had a companion wearing a T-shirt saying “In Dog We Trust”. He couldn’t walk very far without people rushing up to get their photo taken with him … what a cuddly fellow!

Wolves were apparently popular this year. The leather one below was not travelling with “Red Riding Hood” – she was medieval under that cape and just wanted a photo with him …

“Little Red Riding Hood … you sure are looking good.” Remember that song?

Sticking with the humanimal theme …

For fans of that little Gaulish village, here’s Obelix …

Obelix measuring up a menhir – or the boar that got away?

… and his little pal, Asterix (sans the druid Getafix and his doggie Dogmatix) …

Asterix is usually inseparable from his pal, Obelix, especially when fighting the Romans

No Getafix in sight, but here’s a more modern magician …

That’s just wizard!

… and while we’re in the realms of Faerie …

The Fire Phoenix tribe were here again …

Part 4 takes us back to the, ahem, “real” medieval.

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3 Responses to Abbey Medieval Festival 2012 (part 3)

  1. Pingback: Abbey Medieval Festival 2012 (part 4) | A-roving I will go

  2. Bakki Boo says:

    Awesome!! hahaha Love it! Dont we love the fantasy world!! And who’s to say there wasn’t Faeries back in the day! 🙂

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