Fog in the Wheatfield
Two weeks ago I had an opportunity to see the battlefield in all its glory . . . and there’s something very special about visiting the field in the fog. This thin shroud was most noticeable at the Wheatfield, so of course, out came the camera. In the first photo you can see the top of the 61ST New York Infantry monument poking up through the mist (just above the informational marker). In the second photo it’s the monument to Winslow’s Battery (Battery D, 1ST New York Artillery) that’s just barely visible (center, just slightly to the right).
MAJ. ALEXANDER MILLER
21ST North Carolina Infantry
Born May 19, 1833/1839 --- Died August 02/03, 1863 at age 30
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