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Gypsy Wedding

By madbilly
This was taken a while back at "Blists Hill" an open air museum in Telford. Dedicated to the victorian era. They put on mock weddings and the like for the visitors to get the feeling of what it was like in those byegone days. Trying to get shots without visitors in is a bit of a nightmare but hey, ya takes ya chances. Thanks for c&cs for last upload


Tags: Wedding Museums Gypsy Portraits and people

Voters: pluckyfilly, CarolG, RobboB and 8 more

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pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2012 11:58AM
beautifully sharp and clear, glad you said Blist's hill cos I wouldnt like to chance my arm at a real gypsy wedding shot in case someone stabbed me in the backSad

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CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
18 Mar 2012 12:07PM
Well captured, Bill, bet the gypsy weddings in the old days didn't cost an arm and a leg, as traditional weddings do now Grin Carol
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
18 Mar 2012 12:44PM
Looks a lot of fun. Well captured, wonder which ones were the bride and groom? Or maybe they weren't out yet. A nice sunny day for a wedding............Sandy
9 10 10 England
18 Mar 2012 1:54PM
You did well with this capure Bill had to look hard to spot the "up to date" guy at the back. Lovely and colourful.
9 10 10 England
18 Mar 2012 1:56PM
Lovedly & colourful refers to the shot Bill - not the guy at the back.Grin
Rock Plus
16 10 2 England
18 Mar 2012 9:25PM

madbilly 9 1 4 England
19 Mar 2012 6:16PM
Thanks all Grin
19 Mar 2012 8:44PM
Cracking shot Bill. Blists Hill is always a busy place.

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