I found those pics (as usual) in facebook… I did not knew this diorama existed at all… I was fascinated!
There was a time when I did specific Posts on anniversaries… you know: 18th June Waterloo; 25th of June LBH; 1-2-3 July Gettysburg… etc…etc…etc… found that highly irrelevant nowadays because everybody else does!… so I prefer Posting when something gets my fancy… and prefer “quality” (my subjective opinion) to “quantitie.
The captions or pics do not need explanations or comments at all. (Quite the last moments of Pickett’s charge)
It could have been titled “The Art of Waiting”… but to be fair the deadline of the 30th of June has closely been respected (more or less). Ask for Antony Spencer if you need something… quite helpful and to the point if you know what I mean… a worthy successor of the retired Giles Brown.
What’s Important… really important is the magnificent painting job done on those Toy Soldiers… sometimes they do not like Toy Soldiers at all… as the Duke once said : “By God they frighten me!”
Will post again when received and added to the rest of the Collection.