Fellow Photographers, we read many times that we are send away while taking pictures. Yesterday the opposite happened to me. I was with a fellow photographer at the American War Cemetary in Margraten the Netherlands. These holy grounds are very well conserved, and very well managed to look as beautiful as possible. I have been here with a camera several times already. Yesterday a manager from this facility came to us and asked if we were interested to take some picture from the top of the belltower of the monument !!! You can imagine we were very interested and happy to be able to do so. The manager gave us a key and asked to switch off the light and return the key after finishing. This is something i have not experienced before.After climbing many many stairs with 2 camera bags and a monopod we reached the top of the belltower of the monument. We had a very beautiful view from the top. We spent 45 minutes at the belltower taking pictures. So very special thanks to this friendly person here !!!!! This is quite the opposite experience we frequently have when taking pictures anywhere in the world , not doing any harm, but being bullied by security people that probably have nothing else to do . I feel obliged to to put some pictures in this message if the quotation system from this website still allows me.