Ysselsteyn, Netherlands – IV

This will be my second to last post about the German War Cemetery in Ysselsteyn. I didn’t want my website to become a catalog for war cemeteries, but with my book project, I have some more sites to visit. At least for Ysselsteyn, I only have one more post coming and I promise to squeeze in a few non-cemetery posts once in a while 😉

We got to this place in the morning, and there was still frost and fog everywhere. My favorite photo is the one with the sun rays coming through the trees. The stone plates along the way are Kameradengräber, graves with multiple fallen soldiers. I had to underexpose the photo and add contrast to make it look the way it does now, but for my second day using Lightroom, I think it’s alright.

I used my Nikon D5300 and edited the images with Adobe’s Lightroom CC.

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