Monday, June 8, 2015


I spent the evening taking photos of my 1812 collection. Tonight I focused on Crysler's Farm and dabbled a little bit with the Kentucky Mounted Militia. I forgot to bring my "sky" backdrop home from the shop, so I did some creative angles and cropping. Also, my sons had taken up much of my table with summer projects, so I made the most of what I had to work with, and here are the results!

Brown-Coated Americans on the Right
A Flank View of the 49th and the 89th in the British Center.

"My Regiment, Damnit. 'Paid for it. It's mine."
Mohawks Sizing up the Americans.

Drone's Eye View.

Ripley's 21st in Line in the American Center.

Look Men, Canadians! How Hard Can This Be?
Kentucky Cavalry, Wind Their Way Through the Deep Michigan Woods.

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