Somewhere in Time,
Greenlake, Seattle, WA
Located in Seattle, is a wonderful
neighborhood named after the sizeable
lake which is in the heart of the neighborhood,
For the past many
years, neighbors and others of us who reside
Those who gather to "walk the lake,"
range in age, costuming ability, and
interpretation of the gathering, but the air bristles with excitement!
People arrived with 3-dimentional
wind-sock sort of lanterns....
While others carried banners
and balloon-round lanterns.
Some people's costume creations used battery-operated L.E.D.
We see Miss Pamela (left) whirling quickly, trying to capture images!
Speaking of which, several of the photos you will be viewing
may appear a bit blurry to you. That is because
very few people were willing to pause long
enough to take a photo. This was
a massive parade with a LOT of participants!
This creative young woman
used an old lampshade
that she had thrifted,
recovered it in the type of fabric
she wanted, glued on several
flowers and butterflies.
Inside the frame of the
Here, Lady Victoria of Essex (far right) who was dressed
as a "mother earth" sort of entity,
posed with other revelers.
"Black Angels" were just as likely
to be seen on the path of the lake
as children lighting lanterns with tails.
Pictured above, is an amazing float.
The people who created it, had
LED sort of lights that could
change color, outfitted it
with large speakers for music
and featured a "cannon" out the
front. The whole thing was a "tank."
This young woman in 18th century wig, wore a
and carried a lacey parasol into which she had wired some
battery operated lights. (You'll see more later.)
This young man with a rainbow, pinata inspired lantern
with tails, could spin freely as he walked.
Miss Pamela has a beautiful red velvet star on a pole.
She has lit the star with mini Christmas lights!
The Queen of Hearts is bedecked in lights as she chats to the
ladies of Somewhere in Time, Unlimited.
What is that large creature with
What have we here? There appears to be a lighted tail....
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those interested in costuming
We hope you can attend an upcoming SITU event!
If you have interest in our historical costuming group and have
questions about what we do, what we have planned
for our next gathering, or historical costuming in general, please email:
LadyVictoria "at" SITUSeattle.com
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|Updated Dec. 4, 2014|