Scarborough Faire 2012 Photos

Scarborough Faire is an annual Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, Texas, an hour south of Dallas. My friends and I went back in 2011 and had a blast, so when the 2012 festival rolled around, I had no qualms about going back. It was a little cloudier than I would have liked, but the sun came out mid-afternoon. Overall, I had a great time with my friends, and I got some awesome pictures.

Ladies in Medieval Garb

Scarborough Faire Lady with Parasol

This lady caries a parasol, even though it’s overcast.

Scarborough Faire Angry Lady

This lady looks pretty angry.

Belly Dancer

Scarborough Faire Belly Dancer

Belly dancer

Falconer

Scarborough Faire Falconer with Owl

A falconer with an owl.

Scarborough Faire Falconer with Eagle

A falconer with a young bald eagle. The eagle hasn’t gone “bald” yet.

Leprechaun Hideout

Scarborough Faire Leprechaun

This leprechaun taunted us.

Scarborough Faire Birdhouse Pub

This pub is for the birds.

Scarborough Faire Chess Board

Leprechaun’s chess set.

Sundial

Scarborough Faire Sundial

A sundial, without the sun.

Rat Circus

Scarborough Faire Rope Walker

This woman ran a “rat circus”, which also included rope walking.

Scarborough Faire Ring of Fire

And a ring of fire.

Flame Juggler

Scarborough Faire Flame Juggler

This flame juggler was pretty good.

Samurai

Scarborough Faire Samurai

A samurai rallies the troops.

Camels

Scarborough Faire Camel

Camels

Pretzel Man

Scarborough Faire Pretzel Man

I love the hanging mustard bottle.

Have you ever been to Scarborough Faire, or any other Renaissance Faire for that matter? If so, what did you think? Let me know in the comment section.

Steve Lovelace

Steve Lovelace is a writer, photographer and graphic artist. After graduating Michigan State University in 2004, he taught Spanish in Samoa before moving to Dallas, Texas. He blogs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at http://steve-lovelace.com.

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4 Responses

  1. Irene says:

    Very interesting. Something different. Thanks for sharing.

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