The occupation of Loos-en-Gohelle, and the relative lull which followed for his regiment, gave the opportunity to Henri to continue to record his every day life on the black-and-white film, under the gloomy light of the ending autumn:

His Company waiting for the medals ceremony after the fightings, ...

A_la_remise_de_d_corations

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Loos-en-Gohelle, October 1915: "At the medal ceremony".

... the shaft of the Mine Pit 15 in Loos, taken from the front line trenches,...

Le_puits_de_la_Fosse_15

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Loos-en-Gohelle, October 1915: "The shaft of Mine Pit 15".

... the fangs ...

Trois_obus_vivants

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Bouvigny, January 1916: "Three shells alive".

... and the bites from the War, ...

Eglise_de_Villers_au_Bois

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Villers au Bois, February 1916: "The church".

... or even, his own battle dresses, in the natural scenery of the early snows of the coming winter.

Tenue_de_campagne

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Artois, January 1916: "Field dress".

Tenue_d_attaque_anti_gaz

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Artois, January 1916: "Anti-gas assault dress".

Tenue_d_hiver_anti_gaz

Photography annotated by Henri Baudiment - Artois, January 1916: "Anti-gas winter dress".