- Eben-Emael, Bassenge, Belgien
- September 29, 2019
- Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- 17-35mm Sigma
- Shooting Style Tripod
- Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
- Exposures Number
- Editing Software Lightroom / Photoshop CS / Other
- File Format RAW
- Notes HDR Projects 2
Fort Eben-Emael is a Belgian fortress located on the Belgian-Dutch border. It had been constructed to defend Belgium from a German attack. More historical and technical details can be found on wikipedia. 1200 Belgian troups were stationed at the fort. The tunnels below the surface are about 5.3 kilometers long. The image shows one of the hallways with one of the smaller doors to defend intruders. I tried to process a much realistic image as possible. Not to shiny to keep the contained athmosphere but having all the required details.
Good Clean Process. Thanks for including the interesting info and for entering the Contest. Best of Luck!
Very nice work..... Well done : )