Last week my friend Pedro invited me to a challenge on a cold, humid and foggy Sunday afternoon: taking pictures at the Military cemetary Henri Chapelle in Belgium. So I grabbed my Canon EOS 7D and finally switched from my 70-200 2.8 to the nifty-fifty lens also known as 50 1.8.
I can tell you that it’s quite challenging indeed to take photo’s there. Even though this place is very impressive and the bad weather gave the whole thing a kind of an extra dimension. It just fitted quite well to the overall atmosphere.