This scene outside Dunstanburgh in England caught my eye and I thought it would be a great super color infrared image.
I carried my IR-converted Nikon Z6 with me out to the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes in Death Valley National Park, CA. I was not sure it would be effective since the sky was so clear. But I saw the mesquite bushes which are silver-green. I did not think they would show by very well but […]
The sensual curves of Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes in Death Valley National Park, CA are so much more apparent as the sun sets. Converting to B&W let me show the contrast of light even more.
Along the trail to Catawba Falls in Old Fort, NC, I found this cascade of water flowing through a crevasse in the trail above. At the moment I walked up a beam of sunlight hit the water at the top making it look like liquid light!
On our way up the trail to the much larger Catawba Falls in Old Fort, NC, I found that the small intimate falls were much more photogenic.
Every day we returned to our rental on top of the mountain in North Carolina as the sunset was different every day!
This was the view from our deck at the house we rented in Old Fort, North Carolina. The B &W treatment just brings out the layers that are created by the mountains and fog.
Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. It is amazing in visible color but even better in infrared.
Very early morning on an overcast day at Coquille Point on the southern coast of Oregon.
As I walked along, I saw the curve of the shadow that reflected the curve of the boardwalk leading the eye right to the tower in the distance.
While flying I watch for interesting patterns in the landscape below. This was made with my iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Long exposure of the Jemez River in New Mexico showing the reflecting golden light.