Belgium: Photographer, storyteller and artist Paul Indigo share a glimpse of the Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Belgium, in people from all over the world come to find the final resting place of family members who died in Flanders during the First World War.
He took to Facebook and highlighted the statement, “Lest we forget…People from the entire globe come to find the final resting place of family members who died in Flanders during the First World War. I photographed this lady in a poppy-red dress searching the graves.”
For any war, Tyne Cot is the largest cemetery for Commonwealth forces worldwide. The surrounding cemetery and memorial are located outside Passendale, near Zonnebeke in Belgium, Europe.
On the other hand, Paul Indigo said in his recent posts, “The more you look…The more you look forward, the more you see. The tarmac offers a canvas for leaves drying in the low afternoon autumn sun. Beauty can be found everywhere.”
Also, he had dinner on a ferry on the North Sea. Moreover, Paul Indigo met with two people who walked in. They sat down at the table next. For obvious reasons, I couldn’t resist asking them to pose for a portrait. They played it cool and gave nothing away when I asked for the reason for their outfits.