Monday, March 20, 2006

2006 Nederland Heritage Festival

On Saturday, Mark was assigned to cover the Nederland Heritage Festival in Nederland, Texas. So, I went with him to cover the festival for this blog. The best things about festivals are food, rides and vendor shops. This time I focused on photographing vendors.


© Fayrouz Hancock



© Fayrouz Hancock



© Fayrouz Hancock


Michael's Scrollsaw and Fretwork had a gorgeous display of handmade woodwork in his booth. Owner Michael Campise is a retired military member who started the business in Groves, Texas after his retirement. The above two photographs are examples of his handmade woodwork.



© Fayrouz Hancock



© Fayrouz Hancock


Wakay Cacuango from Nashville, Tenn. played beautiful music on flute for the audience. He also sold music instruments, CDs, t-shirts and other American Indian items. The two photos above were taking at his booth.



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This photograph was taken at JD's Airbrush Tattoos booth.



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The singing frogs were really cool and funny.



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© Fayrouz Hancock

Aren't these animals cute? Their eyes speak volumes.



© Mark M. Hancock

This is me making sure I did a good job.

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