New “diograph” of Hazlett’s battery on Little Round Top!

Hazlett battery

Over the years, I have frequently mentioned my friend Dennis Morris, a talented dioramist and miniaturist from upstate New York. He created a wonderful diorama of the battlefield of Gettysburg that has drawn raves. He subsequently combined his talents of created miniature layouts of Gettysburg with his passion for photography to create “diographs,” photographs of his dioramas.

Knowing of my interest in Civil War artillery battery commander, Charles Hazlett, who is buried in my hometown of Zanesville, Ohio, Dennis recently sent me an outstanding diograph of Hazlett and his men hauling a gun into position on Little Round Top.  I admire the drama and action of this fine work.

Dennis sells his work though his website. Diographs make excellent wall hangings for your game room, man cave, den, or library!

Thanks, Dennis!

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