Blogger Highlights III

Fantasy Faire is now closed, and the Fairelands are safely slumbering in the Mists. I wanted to post one more Blogger Highlight even though they make me despair with the impossibility of choosing which posts to use. Picture-wise this has been the year of the mushroom, the year of szystrumites, sunflowers, dragons, mers, and all the magic the Faire provides. Our chroniclers do wonderful job in showing just how much fun and delightful it is to simply stop being human for a while and be something completely different. This is our world, a world with no limitations beyond the ones we hold in our minds. Once freed from those you might find yourself being a dinkie cat, a unicorn, a dragon, a girataur, or indeed, a mushroom!

Love in Different Forms
Love in Different Forms by Teaganlove88 showcases one of the Faire favourites: dragons. Every year the dragons arrive to the Fairelands, and bless everyone with the sight of seeing them in flight. This year the pictures, posts and stories seemed to have a special focus on them, as well.

Rest by Sukubia Scarmon catches those moments during the Faire where you are too exhausted to go and party or explore anymore, but refuse to leave and instead just find a comfy spot in the Fairelands and stare at the pretty lights.

✤ Protecting the Fairelands . . .
Protecting the Fairelands by Kulaan D. Dragon is a classic goodbye post, reminiscing the Quest, saying fairewell to this year’s Fairelands. We all need to go through it and find our own ways to say goodbyes. The last pictures and posts help not only their creators, but the people sharing the same sentiment.

You can see more blog posts and pictures in the report form, our flickr group, or in #blogposts channel of Fantasy Faire Fans Discord server:

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