The pictures begin…

Now that Beltane is over, the beautiful pictures taken by our official BFS Contact Point photographers have started to arrive with us and appear online. Here’s just a selection of the ones we have so far…

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Daniel Rannoch
Photos above by Daniel Rannoch

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor

Beltane 2013 by Mark Taylor
Photos above by Mark Taylor

You can see LOTS more photos in our Beltane 2013 Collection on Flickr, as well as in this album on our Facebook page. If you were in the audience and had your picture taken by one of our photographers, check out this Facebook album and tag yourself!

This blog would have been posted earlier, but your friendly local blogstress spent yesterday unloading various pieces of props and staging from a van and helping out with the de-rig. This is an important part of Beltane and is able to happen efficiently because of the dedicated volunteers who drag their body-paint-stained selves out of bed to work together taking everything down and packing it away after the festival. BIG respect to the Tech and Production team who co-ordinate that mammoth task, as well as everything who comes along to lend a hand.

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