Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia
Wonderful shot, Richard. Looks like a film still. Best, Dean
Thank you Dean
Any work done by you becomes a masterpiece.Loris
Mr. Visintini thats very nice of you, thank you
Nicely done, will we get more pics?
Thank you Simon...I took that shot with my other camera that self destructed, so that is the only shot that I have
Nice picture of the boys with piece in tow, just moseying along down the country road. Could be there is harmonica being played in the group. Thanks, Capt.
Ya know, I can hear it....Thanks Jay
Great looking figs. I like the little details like the flag. Nice work Cap'n!
Stopping by to thank you for following my blog! Your site is awesome and your miniature set-up is great.Just curious, have you ever been to "Roadside America" in PA? It's not civil war related, but it's an enormous mid-century town in miniature with functional lights, trains, waterfalls and other mechanics.If you ever find yourself in PA, you should give it a visit. It's an old tourist trap from the 60's/70's but it's worth it.
Thanks for the comments Matthew...I like your blog, its got character. Ill be heading to Virginia in a couple of months, maybe I could stop there, sounds like something I could get into. Thanks again Matthew.Dick aka Captain Richard
Quick, but very nice!Phil.
Thank you Phil
Lovely shot as always Captain!
That's a great looking shot Captain like Dean I think it looks like a movie still!Best wishesWillie
Thank you Willie
As mentioned above, a great shot.
Great look Captain RichardsGreetings