I cannot think of a better way to celebrate Florida’s rich agricultural history and traditions than by going to a County Fair.

I spent several hours touring the Volusia County Fair with friends from the Southeast Volusia Camera Club, from late afternoon to dark of night, after enjoying and photographing a glorious sunset.

We captured our memories with pictures of animals, antiques, the colorful midway rides and booths, fair attendees, and so much more.

In fact, there was so much to see that I decided to go back the very next day on my own to finish touring the exhibits and practice some more night shots. A Fair midway after dark is about as colorful as it gets!

Also, I wanted to try to capture some of the antics of the two week old pygmy goat kid who won my heart, and the hearts of all that saw him.

Snapshots of the little cutie were just not enough. Here is the video I took and posted on YouTube. Pygmy Goats, Mom and Kid

The pictures here are mine; there were many more captured by the Camera Club members during our fun-filled visit. To see some of these, go to the SEVCC website at http://sevcameraclub.org , and then go to the Field Trip Photo Gallery page. There you will find a link for the November field trip album, with several more of our photos.

We are pleased to share them with you. Lyn

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