Today Vienna and I spend the day in Zeeland. We started by visiting a few tulip fields. Then we ended up on a lake for the day. The whole day I could not get a photo I liked out of the camera. After a nice meal at my parent we drove to one of my favorite places on earth, the Brouwersdam. I wanted to watch the sunset there, but I could not find a good composition. We drove to the Zeelandbrug. Time was running out and I was standing at the north side of the bridge, still not finding a composition. I decided to drive to the other side, about a 6 KM drive. Now I didn’t have a choise anymore. If I wanted to capture the sunset, it had to be here. But the sun didn’t go down where I hoped it would, so my plan failed there again. On the way home I looked at Vienna and told her I wanted to show her a spot I wen’t to a few weeks ago. It was not far from where we were, so we drove there. When I parked my car and got out. This was my view:

Stunning view over Veerse Meer

NIKON D3400 + Tokina AT-X 14-20mm F2 PRO DX (IF) @ 14mm, f/8, 20sec, ISO-100

Thank you for reading. I hope you’ve enjoyed this very short post about the photo from last night. Today I learned not to give up when the whole day gives nothing more then sad photos. I usually plan every photo trip, I check the weather, the time the sun goes up or down, the postion of the sun etc. We didn’t plan on going to this spot, it was just a lucky coincidence. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know in the comments at the bottom of this page. Or contact me via the contact page.