When I started this blog a few years ago I did so to share my photos with family and friends. Little did I realize it would become so popular that I would’ve passed 100,000 visitors in it’s history.
Thank you to all who have stopped by to check out the photos. I am looking forward to many more years of sharing.
Since people have made this blog I thought I would share some of my favorite photos of people.
Up first is a Rosenmontag Parade in Trier, Germany. Apparently this person was parodying a French Army soldier (so I was told, could be wrong).
While checking out the geysers in Yellowstone National Park this person felt compelled to walk out in front of everyone and say ‘All Hail the Geyser Gods’
An elderly couple at an Italian Festival in Columbus, Ohio.
The key to their marriage is fire eating.
Even warriors need to share child care duties.
The next two come from the same Renaissance Festival in Cincinnati.
Would you trust a total stranger to shove a knife down your throat?
The Johnny Depp look alike winner.
When a big guy in a kilt asks to pose for a photo you oblige.
Two people, one furry because – well it is Furry Time in Pittsburgh.
A Powwow participant.
You can’t beat the Twins Day Parade in Twinsburg, Ohio for people watching. These two ladies married identical twins and have had children who share DNA that resembles siblings instead of cousins, as they have achieved some notoriety in the national press.
A subway station in Manhattan has more than 100 of these cool little statues scattered all over the place. This person was peddling some alternate newspaper as I went to take a photo of the statues.
The look of him making eye contact with the statue is fantastic.
A 1940s celebration in Cincinnati included a Rosie the Riveter contest.
Halloween Highball in Columbus
A Kona Hawaii coffee festival include dancers.
Embassy Open House in Washington DC.
Parade the Circle in Cleveland is always a great photo op.
Gaucho Festival in San Antonio de Areco, Argentina.
A Palace Guard at the Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires. Thrilled to pose for yet another photo.
Sonoita, Arizona – In the middle of field in the middle of nowhere we came across a group of people enjoying their own mediaeval times, complete with a mediaeval dog.
Día de Los Muertos in Tucson..
Thanks to those 100,000 people who have stopped by over the years.