Bandits in the Woods
Clad in green, the bandit chief climbs into the limbs of a great tree. He shades his eyes and looks over the forest road.
In the distance an elegant coach, drawn by four white horses, speeds along the road. The bandit bides his time, waiting for it to grow closer, then raises a horn to his lips.
As the notes ring out, his men spring from the shadows, casting a net across the road.
The coachman cries out and pulls the horses to a halt to avoid a crash. The chief grins and grasps a rope, swinging into action.
The treasure will be theirs!