Day three started rather early and really it was a continuation of day two .Neither Matt or I could sleep so at about 4am France time we decided to go on an adventure.
Driving to the cost we went to Etapels Military Cemetery to photograph graves of nursing sisters who were killed in the line of duty, and after visited Wimereux communal cemetery where Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae author of "In Flanders Fields" is buried.
Etapels Military Cemetery defies explanation. It is simply overwhelming. If you ever find yourself in that area of the pas-de-calais I strongly suggest you make the pilgrimage. Wimereux cemetery was also unique. Graves were laid down due to soil conditions and the graveyard itself was surrounded by houses and a normal French cemetery. Also worth a journey if you have the opportunity.
The rest of the day was spent in the ara of the 100 Days campaign and yielded many fantastic images. Enjoy!