I've received several requests for photographs of my group's game table au naturel -- as it is in the heat of actual play rather than "staged" for public consumption. Here are several I took during this evening's session.
This photo was shot from my perspective. You can see my dice, OD&D books, Ready Ref Sheets, minis (yeah, they're plastic prepainteds -- sue me), and a bunch of unused dungeon blocks, among other things. You can also see where a couple of players sit, along with notepads, character sheets, and other accouterments.
This one was from a little bit later in the evening, shot from beyond one of my players. You can see that the amount of the dungeon represented by the blocks has grown somewhat.
This one was an "overhead shot" during a break in play much later in the night. You can see my printouts of the treasure tables from the Monster & Treasure Assortment, along with the Labyrinth Lord books I often use alongside my OD&D books.
I'll do a recount of the events of the session itself later this week. It was a very good session, one in which Brother Candor came within 1 hit point of death and a long-time hireling met his demise. The characters also inadvertently delved deeper into Dwimmermount than they intended and learned more about the activities of the Argent Twilight within the mountain fortress. All in all, a good night's fun.