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Fine figures, painting and modelling... and very fine photography. Great work Gerd!
Beautiful work from you Gerd! Captured the scene very well. Really does feel like your on a large hill, looking down at the town/village in the background. Its always nice to see well painted and displayed limber teams.
All this talk of going up hills has put that Kate Bush song in my head now!!
The lovely Kate is always a fine image to have in mind, hey Roger?!!
Brilliant stuff Gerd and a really positive and inspirational post during this time of stupid, unnecesary and wasteful 'real' war....
Gerd, you do our hobby great credit, 10/10 from me ,superb.
Thank you all..
"....a really positive and inspirational post during this time of stupid, unnecessary and wasteful 'real' war...."
Yes, this is my opinion...and my message:
In our hobby we "create the war"....but we never wanted to injure or kill anyone...
We are peaceful people and we know what war meens.
What happens at Malvern Hill that day:
Really fine work here Gerd. Your artillery pieces look incredibly detailed and stunning to the eye. The whole scene just looks very life like. Well done!
Absolutely Fantastic, Gerd! It took me 2 cups of coffee to enjoy the beauty of your set-up and the most interesting history you gave us. Thank you, and please keep it up. Everyone here is enjoying the fruits of your labor! :earth_americas:
Thank you, thank you...
I hope you enjoyed my contribution... :wink:
For those of you who might be interested in knowing more about the Battle of Malvern Hill in ACW, I've written a brief synopsis of that battle: