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When putting an elaborate costume together to replicate the life and times of the American Indian, it is important to take care of the details!

Perhaps if one is thirsty, it would be more appropriate to drink from a leather canteen, rather than a can of Pepsi. And one more recommendation…make it a Diet Pepsi!

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    • # Mawey

      :-) and i first thought they finally found the evidence that pepsi is being around longer than coke! ;-)

      2011.09.07 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ann Garratty

      Great shots, yes, the Pepsi does somewhat detract from the overall atmosphere of the scene... what's next a Big Mac? I love the pose in No 2... it's not easy looking camp in a loin cloth... Great set.. it made me laugh!

      2011.09.07 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marilyn Grimble

      Haha! I attended the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo (1815) in Belgium ( my daughter lived on the site) where the battle was re-enacted. Napolean, in full costume, came racing across the fields on horseback...wearing sunglasses!!!!
      Thanks for the reminder!!
      Fascinating shots with a touch of the bizarre!!

      2011.09.07 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      Diet Pepsi? He looks like he's been swigging a few beers, too! (And he needs some self-tanning lotion for that "pale face" and "pale.....") I like your shots, though, especially the edit on #1. Very fun set, Jeff.

      2011.09.07 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Joe

      Diet, definitely!!! Must be hard to drink with that metal hanging in front of his lip. Interesting set, Jeff.

      2011.09.06 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Darlene Foster

      LOL! Great recommendations, Jeff! Love the costume but I'll bet no self respecting authentic Indian of the day would be quite so...shall we say, well fed!

      2011.09.06 Edited Reply Cancel