[And now the account resumes... Unfortunately, I think I missed taking photos after one or two turns in the battle, so the narrative jumps here a bit.]
This is an overview shot of the battle as things resume. Godfrey of Malterre's longbowmen in the centre have shot a wild volley of arrows, doing little damage, but his crossbowmen have had better aim. On Malterre's right, the Templars have re-formed and charged again, and Chrodegang d'Alcarville's line is no longer so firm. Asgot Houghtonville's horsemen have charged forward together with Reginald de Fer and Richard of Stratton St Jean, supported by one battalion of Malterre's own pikemen, trying to pin down Alan of Beaumont's archers, but they have been met in the centre by a counter-charge of Payne de St Ivry and some of Beaumont's own household knights. Beaumont's billmen and halberdiers have dropped back, trying to keep a compact formation. Just to the left of the top centre of the photo, Gilbert fitzOsbern (black eagle on red) holds in reserve for the Duke of Beaumont. But Godfrey of Malterre still has his own household knights and another battalion of pikemen.