My hobby is putting together then and nows of the Gettysburg battlefield. I have found and photographed many of the post battle images that appear in William Frassanito's ground breaking book, "Journey in Time". I also like to compare some of the great art work of Gettysburg with the same view seen today. Here is one of my favorite paintings from Dale Gallon depicting "Hood's Protest" to General Longstreet as Hood implores Longstreet to let him take his division to the right and get behind the Yankees, rather than the frontal attack ordered by General Lee. Longstreet insisted that Hood move forward as ordered and, as they say, the rest is history. The setting is in front of the Bushman farm with the Round Tops in the background. As you can see in my now photograph, the scene remains very much the same even after 154 years. (Sorry for the mis-spelling in the title-"General"