This year marked the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Stoney Creek during the War of 1812, although I have previously written about this particular battle, this year I again traded in my musket for my camera to capture this event from the sidelines (Although I was offered marching spots with the 10th RVB and 49th and I may just take them up on the offer next year). Most of the photos here are of the reenactors, the men and women who volunteer to do this for the public’s enjoyment. Probably one of the highlights was the performance put on by an actual British Army Fife and Drum band who were in town for the Hamilton Tattoo.

RVB

Fife

Colin (Again)

RSM

Battered

The Mace of Power

Brigade Major

Harried

For more action, check out the set on flickr.

Nikon D300 – AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm 1:2.8G VR

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