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Archive for March, 2008



Priest and Cross #2, Lalibela, Woldia, Ethiopia, October 2007

Published on March 31, 2008

  Another portrait of the same priest as before. Remember that you can click through to leave comments on the flickr page for any image from now on.  


Update & Flickr Integration

Published on March 30, 2008

I have updated to the latest version of WordPress, which should be essentially seamless on the user end. A more interesting update is that , starting with the last three posts, I am converting all the photos from being hosted on my site to being hosted by Flickr. What this means is that you can […]


Priest and Cross, Lalibela, Woldia, Ethiopia, October 2007

Published on March 28, 2008

Lalibela, envisioned as a second, African Jerusalem, is a pilgrimage site in Ethiopia, home to eleven churches hewn out of the living rock, and host to a great multitude of priests and deacons, who manage the churches, conduct services, and give tours. This priest is showing off a processional cross from the treasury of his […]


Church Cat, Lalibela, Woldia, Ethiopia, October 2007

Published on March 25, 2008

A church cat rests near a window from one section of the Lalibela complex to another.


Vista, Bryce Canyon National Park, Summer 2007

Published on March 23, 2008

‘Medieval Madness’ at the Royal Ontario Museum

Published on March 21, 2008

Annette talks to a young visitor about  the differences between the arming sword and the longsword, while another child handles a helmet behind her.


‘Medieval Madness’ at the Royal Ontario Museum

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Holding the tips for safety, Trevor allows visiting schoolchildren to hold blunt AEMMA training weapons. Historically, and arming sword would weigh between two and three pounds. The arming swords AEMMA uses for practice (made by Toronto swordmaker Charles Jevons, based upon the Royal Armories MS I.33 sword) have aircraft aluminum blades, allowing a thicker profile […]


‘Medieval Madness’ at the Royal Ontario Museum

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AEMMA student Trevor demonstrates some of the finer points of the dagger as a weapon to interested schoolcchildren visiting the ROM during the March Break presentation.


‘Medieval Madness’ at the Royal Ontario Museum

Published on March 17, 2008

‘Medieval Madness’ at the Royal Ontario Museum

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Trevor helping a small child try out the great helm.




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