One of my favorite paintings of the June 18, 1815 battle by Henri Phillipoteaux.
Today, I've got the strains of various French Napoleonic marches ringing in my ears. Whatever happened to the cassette tape I had with all of those period marches on it?
Anyway, looking forward to a bit of toy soldiering this evening after the Young Master's bedtime during which I'll apply the second coat of acrylic gloss to my various Minden replacement standard bearers. Stay tuned for a late-night photograph or two. And then it's back to that regiment of red-coated heavy dragoons in bearskin bonnets.
Not The Scots Greys, sadly, but rather 30 Wurttemberg troopers and horses more fitting for the mid-18th century. If you listen closely, however, you can almost hear the thunder of hooves off in the distance.