Below you will find a number of photos from the trip and the show, do enjoy, there were some real gems out there.
Entering Germany and heading westwards...
Aitor Azkue brought his mega dioramas - the first to go luftwaffe scrapyard
Scale Model Factory stand was full of brilliant works, here Roger Hurkmans' WW 1 dio
Excellent sea dioramas
Some hippie tanks from the Lebanese border
David Parker's (AFV Modeller's editor) Tiger II B in 1/16 took gold
Excellent winter camo on a quarterscale JS 2 from Peter Horvath
Another sea monster, a U-Boot
The always pretty StuG
Kamil Feliks Sztarbała (Poland) won bronze with his Libyan militia hilux
Kristof Pulinckx got gold for his Iraqui Enigma
Sven Frisch scored with bronze for his newest production - the Elefant
While Adam Wilder was doing his true steel demonstration, this piece was to be found on the tables from the afv masterclass, a great rendition of what Adam touhgt about at his seminar
Aitor Azkue's second big deal - downed Henkel 111 in Norway, gold medal in dioramas and the Best of Show as well!
Robert Doepp brought several of his recognizable pieces, among this panzer crewman bust
Roman Volchenkov scored bronze for his 1/48th scale AA Stag
Richard Polderman and Bas Hermsen joined forces to show this beautiful 1/48th scale Steyr Funkwagen
Another gold medal winner, the unbeatable Volker Bembennek
Peter Horvath's another masterpiece, Saipan Sherman
Another cool scene from Scale Model Factory's stand, Roy Schurgers' Peeping Tom diorama
Finally another medal for polish modeller, Rafal Bulanda's scratchbuilt SU 122-54 won bronze
And that's it for now, hope you enjoyed. If you want more, be there next year and make the difference ;)