FX, 58mm, ISO 1600, f6.3, 1/3s
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Somewhere, out there…
I took this picture on the 6th of June 2016 (D-Day) at Ouistreham Beach – Normandy (Sword Beach). I crossed the channel with the night ferry from Portsmouth (UK) and got on Land at 6:00 in the morning. I walked down to Pegasus Bridge with a 30 kg Backpack and returned to the Beach in the afternoon, where I met some French Soldiers (Commandos maritime), we talked a bit, while they got prepared for the ceremony. This photo is dedicated to Coffee at night, running for Cigarettes and my Chief Nurse Major E.L Giles, you saved my life on a 3rd of January.
Thanks not forgetting … I hope we will see again one day and talk.
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It was a dark and gloomy night, the air thick like soup. The lights carved a path out onto the pier, guiding my steps to a destination lost in the fog…
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