The Holy Lance 
By Darren Bailey LRPS

A legend has arisen that,

“whosoever possesses this Holy Lance and understands the powers it serves, holds in his hand the destiny of the world for good or evil.”

The Holy Lance was said to have pierced the side of Christ when he was nailed to the cross to make sure that he was dead.

Also called the Spear of Destiny, Spear of Longinus, and The Spear of Christ, this strange relic has been written about for nearly two thousand years.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Sigma 150 f2.8 macro

Also used

1 x Spear of Destiny
Some Dirt
Methylated spirit
Ammonium Dichromate ( buring behind the spear as a representation of power)
Fake blood ( representing the blood of Christ )
Manfrotto LED Lights
Natural Lighting from a Burning Hurricane Lamp
Imagination

The Holy Lance
By Darren Bailey LRPS

A legend has arisen that,

“whosoever possesses this Holy Lance and understands the powers it serves, holds in his hand the destiny of the world for good or evil.”

The Holy Lance was said to have pierced the side of Christ when he was nailed to the cross to make sure that he was dead.

Also called the Spear of Destiny, Spear of Longinus, and The Spear of Christ, this strange relic has been written about for nearly two thousand years.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Sigma 150 f2.8 macro

Also used

1 x Spear of Destiny
Some Dirt
Methylated spirit
Ammonium Dichromate ( buring behind the spear as a representation of power)
Fake blood ( representing the blood of Christ )
Manfrotto LED Lights
Natural Lighting from a Burning Hurricane Lamp
Imagination

We Are Legion We Are Many 
By Darren Bailey LRPS

Expect us……

piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 18-105vr

Also Used

1 x Legion
1 x mask
1 x burning hand ( yes it got hot )
Methylated spirit
Black cloak
Manfrotto LED lighting
Sprinkle of crazy
Dash of Wibble

We Are Legion We Are Many
By Darren Bailey LRPS

Expect us……

piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 18-105vr

Also Used

1 x Legion
1 x mask
1 x burning hand ( yes it got hot )
Methylated spirit
Black cloak
Manfrotto LED lighting
Sprinkle of crazy
Dash of Wibble

Time, War and Rothchilds
By Darren Bailey LRPS

The times we live in are a ticking time bomb of destruction, war , Climate manipulation and control, countless wars rage around our planet innocent people dying needlessly as global governments clamour for power and control over its people.
Meanwhile the large and powerful companies and banking establishments (Controlled by the Rothchild family) destroy everything , anything and anyone that gets in the way of more profit.

With no one to put a stop to it the clock ticks away to inevitable destruction.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and A Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro

Also Used

1 Pocket watch
Baking Tray
BBQ Lighting Gel
Methylated spirit
Some Crazies

Time, War and Rothchilds
By Darren Bailey LRPS

The times we live in are a ticking time bomb of destruction, war , Climate manipulation and control, countless wars rage around our planet innocent people dying needlessly as global governments clamour for power and control over its people.
Meanwhile the large and powerful companies and banking establishments (Controlled by the Rothchild family) destroy everything , anything and anyone that gets in the way of more profit.

With no one to put a stop to it the clock ticks away to inevitable destruction.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and A Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro

Also Used

1 Pocket watch
Baking Tray
BBQ Lighting Gel
Methylated spirit
Some Crazies

Visions of the Dragon
By Darren Bailey LRPS

Dreaming of a dragon, denotes that you allow yourself to be governed by your passions, and that you are likely to place yourself in the power of your enemies through those outbursts of sardonic tendencies. You should be warned by this dream to cultivate self-control.

Piece Created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

The Dragon was a prop

Visions of the Dragon
By Darren Bailey LRPS

Dreaming of a dragon, denotes that you allow yourself to be governed by your passions, and that you are likely to place yourself in the power of your enemies through those outbursts of sardonic tendencies. You should be warned by this dream to cultivate self-control.

Piece Created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

The Dragon was a prop

Knight Errant *
*By Darren Bailey LRPS

Definition 
A medieval knight wandering in search of chivalrous adventures.

A knight-errant typically performed all his deeds in the name of a lady, and invoked her name before performing an exploit.
In more sublimated forms of knight-errantry, pure metaphysical idealism rather than romantic inspiration motivated the knight-errant 
(as in the case of Sir Galahad). 
Such a knight might well be outside the structure of feudalism, wandering solely to perform noble exploits 
(and perhaps to find a lord to give his service to), but might also be in service to a king or lord, travelling either in pursuit of a specific duty that his overlord charged him with, or to put down evildoers in general. 
This quest sends a knight on adventures much like the ones of a knight in search of them, as he happens on the same marvels.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50 mm f1.4

Also Used

1 x Knights Helmet
Sword
Lighter Fluid
Splash of the crazies

Knight Errant *
*By Darren Bailey LRPS

Definition
A medieval knight wandering in search of chivalrous adventures.

A knight-errant typically performed all his deeds in the name of a lady, and invoked her name before performing an exploit.
In more sublimated forms of knight-errantry, pure metaphysical idealism rather than romantic inspiration motivated the knight-errant
(as in the case of Sir Galahad).
Such a knight might well be outside the structure of feudalism, wandering solely to perform noble exploits
(and perhaps to find a lord to give his service to), but might also be in service to a king or lord, travelling either in pursuit of a specific duty that his overlord charged him with, or to put down evildoers in general.
This quest sends a knight on adventures much like the ones of a knight in search of them, as he happens on the same marvels.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50 mm f1.4

Also Used

1 x Knights Helmet
Sword
Lighter Fluid
Splash of the crazies

Whoso pulleth out this sword from this stone
By Darren Bailey LRPS

After baby Arthur was born, Merlin secretly took him to be raised at the castle of Sir Ector, a loyal ally of the King’s. There, the young prince was raised as the bastard child of Sir Ector’s, and no one, not even Ector himself, knew the boy’s true identity.
The poor boy grew up in shame of his birth, never knowing of his royal lineage.
Meanwhile, all was not well with the King. Just months after giving away his only son, Uther Pendragon turned ill, and died shortly after. With no heir to lead the kingdom, the country fell into despair. Rival dukes and lords disputed over who was the best fit to rule England.

In the midst of the turmoil, the nobles called on Merlin to find a solution. Having seen to it that baby Arthur was safe, he erected a large stone, on top of which sat an anvil, in a churchyard in Westminster, a region of London. Stuck in the anvil was a sword. An inscription on its blade read:

“Whoso pulleth out this sword from this stone, is right wise King born of all England.”

The sword was magic, Merlin explained, and only he who was fit to rule England could pull it from the stone. Nobles from far and wide came to try and pull the sword from the stone, but not even the strongest of men could accomplish the task. Eventually, the sword became forgotten, and England fell into greater ruin.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

Whoso pulleth out this sword from this stone
By Darren Bailey LRPS

After baby Arthur was born, Merlin secretly took him to be raised at the castle of Sir Ector, a loyal ally of the King’s. There, the young prince was raised as the bastard child of Sir Ector’s, and no one, not even Ector himself, knew the boy’s true identity.
The poor boy grew up in shame of his birth, never knowing of his royal lineage.
Meanwhile, all was not well with the King. Just months after giving away his only son, Uther Pendragon turned ill, and died shortly after. With no heir to lead the kingdom, the country fell into despair. Rival dukes and lords disputed over who was the best fit to rule England.

In the midst of the turmoil, the nobles called on Merlin to find a solution. Having seen to it that baby Arthur was safe, he erected a large stone, on top of which sat an anvil, in a churchyard in Westminster, a region of London. Stuck in the anvil was a sword. An inscription on its blade read:

“Whoso pulleth out this sword from this stone, is right wise King born of all England.”

The sword was magic, Merlin explained, and only he who was fit to rule England could pull it from the stone. Nobles from far and wide came to try and pull the sword from the stone, but not even the strongest of men could accomplish the task. Eventually, the sword became forgotten, and England fell into greater ruin.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

Chink in one’s armour 
By Darren Bailey LRPS

The idiom “chink in one’s armour” refers to an area of vulnerability. It has traditionally been used to refer to a weak spot in a figurative suit of armour.

As our Knight turns in battle his opponent slips his sword neatly through the eye slits of the seemingly impenetrable helmet the sword finding the “Chink in the armour” pierces through the Knights eye and into his skull.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

Also Used

1 Sword
1 Knights Helmet
Fake Blood (Honest)
Imagination gone wild

Chink in one’s armour
By Darren Bailey LRPS

The idiom “chink in one’s armour” refers to an area of vulnerability. It has traditionally been used to refer to a weak spot in a figurative suit of armour.

As our Knight turns in battle his opponent slips his sword neatly through the eye slits of the seemingly impenetrable helmet the sword finding the “Chink in the armour” pierces through the Knights eye and into his skull.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

Also Used

1 Sword
1 Knights Helmet
Fake Blood (Honest)
Imagination gone wild

Summer of 69
By Darren Bailey LRPS

I got my first real six string
Bought it at the five and dime
Played it till my fingers bled
Was the summer of ’69
- Bryan Adams

According to Co-songwriter Jim Vallance:

When I was growing up in the 1950’s and 60’s there were shops called “Five and Dime” where you could (supposedly) buy anything for five or ten cents, which wasn’t always true.
Now they call them “Dollar Stores”!

Neither Bryan or I ever bought a guitar at the “Five and Dime”. 
I got my first guitar from my parents, Christmas 1965, when I was thirteen. Bryan bought his first guitar at a pawn shop in 1972, age twelve.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Sigma 10-20 Wide Angle

Also Used

Guitar
Fake Blood
Manfrotto LED Lights
Imagination

Summer of 69
By Darren Bailey LRPS

I got my first real six string
Bought it at the five and dime
Played it till my fingers bled
Was the summer of ’69
- Bryan Adams

According to Co-songwriter Jim Vallance:

When I was growing up in the 1950’s and 60’s there were shops called “Five and Dime” where you could (supposedly) buy anything for five or ten cents, which wasn’t always true.
Now they call them “Dollar Stores”!

Neither Bryan or I ever bought a guitar at the “Five and Dime”.
I got my first guitar from my parents, Christmas 1965, when I was thirteen. Bryan bought his first guitar at a pawn shop in 1972, age twelve.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Sigma 10-20 Wide Angle

Also Used

Guitar
Fake Blood
Manfrotto LED Lights
Imagination