Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Vertigo Photo Array

I don't often get to go to an SCA event two weekends in a row, but recently I did. The weekend after Calontir's Crown Tournament I went to Vertigo.

Vertigo is a yearly Shire of Lost Moor weekend camping event offering classes, many relating to fiber. It got its name because a person with vertigo has the symptoms of spinning and weaving sometimes leading to dying. Fiber artists do a lot of spinning, weaving and dying, but with yarn.

I'm not a fiber goob, but I like the event. I took pictures instead of fiber classes.



HL Henry Kempe's Embroidery Display



Heraldry Consultation With M. Dorcas Whitecap 


The Arts and Sciences Classes Room


A Fiber Class

Dealing with Carding

  
A Selfie Proving I Attended


Giraude Benet's Waxed Linen Class
My Waxed Linen Mug Cover







HL Henry Percival Kempe
Teaching Bayeux Style Embroidery


Cut and Thrust Fighting


Her Highness' Gathering



Vigil Activities



Cool Tent Decorations For A Vigil


 David ben Benjamin Swearing Fealty At His Laureling


M. Dov With His Hebrew Lettered Laurel Scroll






More vigil activities, because there were three peerage ceremonies that day.







Another Well Decorated Pavilion



Kids Just Wana Have Fun




Vilhelm Lich's Peerage



M. Vilhelm's Pelican Award






Tola Rufusdottir called from the kitchen to receive a Cross of Calontir.






Their Highnesses Ashir and Ashland



Kristine nic Tallieur's elevation was easy to photography because of my location. 

I wish I'd been that close for Dov's. 



My View From The Floor



The Audience






M. Conna Telling Kristine
What It Means To Be A Laurel


M. Kristine Swearing Fealty
To Their Majesties Damien and Issabell
After Receiving Her Laurel Cote


M. Kristine's Laurel Scroll 
Done In Common Period Dimensions
  

After court, the Shire of Lost Moor provided a feast, partly cooked by HL Tola. As usual, I returned home. But first I had to get stuck on a hill in raining wet grass. One nice gentle tried to help push me out, but it didn't work. Luckily the next car's owner came to retrieve it allowing me to back up and go around another car. That worked.


From set-up, archery, armored combat, cut and thrust fighting, meals, arts and sciences classes to site clean up and equipment storage Lost Moor gave everyone a grand, fun, pageant filled time. 



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