Hi guys, During my holiday in the Netherlands, I came across this little water pump station. The first time I passed it I was fascinated, so I had to make some photos of it. Just wanted to share these images with you, and also something about the process. Hope you enjoy! About the process So I passed it while driving and it instantly grabbed my attention. I could see it in the distance but it was much too far away from the road to make a decent picture. We drove along to our destination. Days later, it was still in my mind: I had to take a photo of it. This is not something that happens often by the way, so I had to listen to myself. I took the camera and went back. As I got up there it turned out to be quite hard to get access to. Around it were fields all parted with water just wide enough not too take the chance to jump holding a camera. I took photos from as close as I could get. Which was still quite far off. They all sort of sucked... I found other similar water pump stations that I could easily get close too. I took photos. They all sort of sucked too. Last day of the holiday. I couldn't stand it! I went back, in search for a way to get closer. And then I found a little path that gave access to the fields. Finally! Never before had I felt this urge to capture a specific subject, but there was something about it. Once close I decided I wanted to try and make a small series of photos of it. Now I feel so relieved and also quite happy I went back. Not necessarily because of the result, but because I actually made the pictures and took the effort. About the gear I used my G2 and 14-45 lens.