Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Salute 2017

Last Saturday was Salute time again. A day out I never fail to enjoy thoroughly.  So here are a few pictures of some games that jumped out at me .  Although there was many more that I wish I’d photographed. 

A splended looking Russian Revoltion game.

Some Woodland First Nations laying a trap

Plastic foliage put to good use.

 The Italian and the Austro-Hungraians  mix it up in this one (I think).

A outstanding display depicting the Battle of Cambrai with lots of tanks huffing and puffing.

A very attractive and naturalist piece of terrain depicting an action in the Falklands/Malvinas conflict. 


The Shape Practice demo game, looked and sounded great fun -lots of chortling! 

The slow demise of a Heinkel in the Wings of Glory particpation game.

Again, this year it was a case of so many things to see and so little time!
Thanks South London Warlords and all those who put on such a range of wonderfully creative  games.

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