Feast of the Hunter’s Moon Photography

Hey, everyone! Last Saturday, I attended The Feast of the Hunter’s Moon in West Lafayette, Indiana. It’s essentially a historical festival that takes place every year in October. To quote their website:

 “The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is a re-creation of the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans which took place Fort Ouiatenon, a fur-trading outpost in the mid – 1700s. It is held annually in early autumn on the banks of the Wabash River, four miles southwest of West Lafayette, Indiana.”

It’s a fun event with tons to see (and eat)! I’ve gone several times and encourage anyone around Indiana to check it out next year. Anyway, as you could probably guess, I took some photos. All of these were shot in manual mode on a Rebel T7 with a Canon telephoto lens. Take a look!





I found that I really enjoyed the photos above. Evidently, the event coordinators did too. I shared my photos with them, and they appeared on the official Instagram story not long after!


I’m glad that I was able to help out by taking some pictures. I’m also honored to have had my work showcased on their story.

To wrap up this post, I have one final thought to share: We need more people like that bull guy.

Later, folks!

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