Breyerfest Overview

Over the last few years the hobby pivoted and went online. I was able to participate in Breyerfest from the comfort of my bedroom and craft room.
Covid changed the world—for the hobby, it opened up the doors to what we can do virtually to allow more people to experience various aspects of the hobby.

2022 brought back in person Breyerfest while offering online options to those that couldn’t attend!

On Breyerfest Tuesday, Mackenzie drove to my house before we set off on Wednesday. It was probably the easiest drive I’d ever had to Breyerfest. We hit zero storms or traffic. Stopped at a few Targets because how could we not.

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South Bound

In May, I had the chance to play with and take photos of some young quarter horse mares. They needed a place to land before their owner began his journey down south with them. I believe they were going to Brazil.

They were so sweet. It was hard at times to take photos because they crowded around me to demand scratches and pets.

The lighting was perfect to get shots of their coats. They were shedding out and I loved their colors.

I have no doubt that whatever their futures entail, they’ll succeed in it!

2022 American Legion Parade

Back in June, I was scrolling on Facebook and saw that some riders I knew were riding in the local American Legion parade. I’ve fallen off with what local riders I knew were doing, so I hadn’t even realized it was parade time. I had enough time to make it, so I packed up my camera and drove over. Riders from Harrisburg and Baltimore met at the Harrisburg Civil War Museum and started getting their horses ready.

There were draft horses,

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