Monday, 12 July 2010

Onega Lake

As you know I run an unofficial fan club for the Great Northern War scene - they always seem to be doing something interesting and doing it with enthusiasm - it always makes me wish I was there and I faithfully report if in case any of you lot are in the Baltic region and want to get involved. These images are of a weekend on Onega Lake (second largest lake in Europe) and though it wasn't a serious attempt at 100 per cent historical stuff it is certainly interesting to check out the gallery of photos to see what they were up to.
Video and so on here
Also as part of the trip they went to Kuressaare, on the island Saaremaa, Estonia. It has a very well preserved fortress and castle that was taken by the Russians in 1710. So they appeared there to mark the date.

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