With Christmas literally right around the corner, and with lots of blog posts yet to be posted, I thought what better way to get posting than to highlight a shoot we did for our friends at Amelia Island for the holidays! On the northern tip of the island is a beautiful Civil-War era fort, named Fort Clinch. On the first Saturday of December, the folks at Fort Clinch welcome the public to participate in some great 1860’s-era caroling under the stars. With a raging bonfire and voices raised high, we sang a wealth of pre-1860 carols as the moon rose over the canon-lined ramparts. Along with the period singing, this immersive walk into 1860’s holiday living included a variety of living displays, depicting the joys and traditions of a Civil War era Christmas. This will definitely be a tradition for the Deremer Household for years to come!
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Be sure to check out a slideshow of images from this shoot below.
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Christmas on Amelia Island – Candlelight Caroling at Fort Clinch