I won't drop all of my pics, here, though. I culled through the 500 or so that I took and whittled them down to just shy of 100. You can see all of them on my Flickr account, HERE.
The backstory is this, my employer heads down to Natchez every year for Fall Pilgrimage. She stays at some friends B&B each year and presents tours in full costume several times a week for three weeks. I just got back from six days of it, two of which I was painting in the rear garden, by the fountain and narrating a bit about the fountain being made from Natchez brick that was recycled from a foundation on a nearby plantation.
Nearly at arrival, sunset through burning cotton fields.
The B&B that we stayed at, Oak Hill Inn. Run by two incredibly nice guys that make a damn good breakfast.
I presented and painted on Sunday and Wednesday. I also did a bit of art in between.
And on the off days we toured the other homes on display (and at least one that wasn't).
Longwood Mansion (unfinished, due to the Civil War starting during its construction and wiping out the family fortune)
Arlington Plantation (which some crazy bastard is just letting go to waste.)
St. Mary Basilica
Lots more pics at the link at the top. I'll just stop here, otherwise I'll make a bigger mess of this post. ;)
PS. (can you PS a blog?) There appears to be a statue of me at Monmouth Plantation. Or it might be a past owner. I'm not currently working on time traveling to the mid-1800s Deep South, so could go either way.