Gettysburg-Cavalry Battle I visited Gettysburg on Sunday to watch some re-enactments. It is 150 years since the 3 day battle took place. I was there on the third day of reenactments only. In the morning I saw the East Cavalry Battle. From Wiki..... The East Cavalry Field fighting was an attempt by Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart's Confederate cavalry to get into the Federal rear and exploit any success that Pickett's Charge may have generated. Union cavalry under Brig. Gens. David McM. Gregg and George Armstrong Custer repulsed the Confederate advances. Later in the Day I saw Pickets Charge. I read on CNN that 10,000 re-enactors participated and someone told me that the Canon barage before Pickets charge was the largest amount of these era Canons fired at the same time since the civil war. I will post photos from that battle after I take a look at them. Below are some pictures from the Calvary battle. I forgot my tripod which was a bummer and I realized that I was not quick enough with my E-PM2 to capture all of the action that I wanted to capture with the settings I would have preferred. The OM-D would have been nice..... The shots were taken with the Panasonic 12-35 and my trusty Olympus 40-150. I had the 25mm and 45mm along and took a few photos with those since they were in my bag. I was missing the 75mm Here is my gallery. Not really thinned out like it should be but if you like horses and the civil war, enjoy... https://www.adoberevel.com/shares/e...d7dc0/albums/73bab7f67712423b84a3ae9ee4c24c69 A few samples below.