by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert

by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert

Have you ever wanted to sit on the sidelines and watch history unfold before your very eyes? Or perhaps you’ve wanted to be part of it, experiencing first-hand the sweat and the swirling smoke after a firing? Well, you can do either of these things. Re-enactors are a welcoming and friendly group and one has even invited me to take part in one of their weekends, even offering to share her tent with me.

These pictures of an event at Fort Erie earlier in the season come through a bit of a circuitous route from a diligent re-enactor, Ryan, who is a member of two units. He belongs to a naval unit (Simcoe Squadron) and an infantry unit (British Indian Department). And he will be at Fanshawe Pioneer Village for  Fanshawe 1812: The Invasion of Upper Canada days August 27 and 28. He has generously shared these pictures taken by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert and Steve Zronik (Laughing Devil Photography). Enjoy!

 

by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert

by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert

 

by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert

by Meagan Ashleigh-Moeyaert

 

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

 

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

 

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

And here’s Ryan keeping watch at the end of the day. Thanks so much to the photographers and to Ryan Moore who made this post possible. Be sure to see the re-enactors at Fanshawe the last weekend in August. I’ll be there!

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

by Steve Zronik, Laughing Devil Photography

 

 

 

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