In a new series I started taking photos in the Schermer. As one of the many beautiful polders in North Holland, I started here because it is a fairly compact polder with great picturesque pieces. If, as in the fall, the light is so beautiful, you can shoot the most beautiful scenes.
Often a separate point of view sometimes helps to make the photo a little different than usual. An example is the photo below where I sometimes got the question why the dike is so prominent for the mills.
The answer is very simple, I deliberately chose this. The dikes form a prominent part of the polder landscape and the mills that disappeared behind them gave this a nice accent.
Another accent of the polder is the space. Sometimes you just don't have to be afraid to take too few pictures. A polder is now a lot of space and you can also use that accent. See also the rule of space. A low horizon can further accentuate the feeling of space.
For the best image you can click on the photo, then you can click it on Flickr in a higher quality. The series will grow slowly. You can also view it here in good quality by clicking on a small photo below, you can then switch back and forth between the photos.