Photographers Nancy Ostermann and Geertjan Cornelissen and yours truly were in Romagne-sous-Montfaucon this weekend to create a special photo series with a 100 year old Enicar trench watch. The photos are going to be featured in 3 full spreads in the book!
When Enicar started in 1913, their earliest wrist watches were created for the military. One of these, a trench watch model with a intriguing engraving on the backside, is currently in the collection of a German Enicar collector (thanks for your trust Bernd). We took this watch to Northern France, to the largest and most impressive American military cemetery of the country. Expert on World War One history Maarten Otte, who runs the 14-18 Nantillois museum, provided us with the 100% authentic military outfit (thanks again Maarten!).
So we wrapped up another photoshoot, with still 2 ‘photographic remakes’ on the list. Please make sure our efforts are rewarded by supporting this book campaign and telling all your friends about it. We are at 42%, with 20 days to go.