|Another view of La Haye Sainte on fire - we had a flashing LED in there for effect!|
A few more photographs of action at the re-fight before the final post showing off some of the participants and thanking all and sundry!
An earlier title to this blog entry prematurely pronounced it as Part Five however the eagle eyed Prussian Kiwi Von Peter spotted my deliberate error and won the spot quiz. Well done Peter and a suitable prize is being prepared as I correct, I mean, change back, the title!!
|A view of the 6th Dragoons and Old Nosey!|
|I do like Teddy Bear fur but these wheat fields do look very good on the table. Need to make up a few more methinks!|
|Hovels La Haye Sainte.|
I do know that there is an increasing school of thought that in reality the buildings we place on the tabletop are not to scale and are far too big a footprint when compared to our battalions and regiments etc.
I don't care really about that - I just want what looks good in my opinion.
|French advance up earlier in the battle.|
|On the other flank we have support on the attack on La Haye.|
|Time for some rations Marty?|
|Lovely Perry sculpts - mixture of plastic and metal.|
|Looking down the table on the "La Haye" table. Much consternation on both sides.|
|The Kings German Legion under Ompteda manouvre in support|
|"Please God don't let me roll anymore double 1's!"|
|French columns under Quiot|
|The ridge line with assorted paraphenalia|
|Hope I haven't used this shot before - I do like it though!|
One more post to go folks so hang in - a couple of nice ones hopefully as well!