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Clock Tower

Photographed with my infrared converted camera.



Infrared Hike

Since finishing out the year of my Project 365 photo challenge I have taken rather a long hiatus from posting any images.  It’s been rather liberating to not have to worry about keeping up with posting a daily image, but by no means have I taken a break from shooting.  In fact, I have been shooting nearly every day since the end of the challenge and lovin’ every minute of it!  Here’s a sampling of infrared images taken over the weekend while hiking at a nearby state park.  Thanks for stopping by!

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Project 365 – Infrared Mausoleum

An infrared image of a mausoleum from my cemetery shoot a couple of days ago.


Project 365 – Honeydew Pond



Project 365 – Infrared Horses Grazing

The horses at a nearby farm were out grazing so I took the opportunity to snap some infrared images.  This pair briefly huddled together while snacking on the grass before moving on.


Project 365 – Budding Willow

The trees in our area are just beginning to put on their spring leaves and I am excited because I’ve been waiting months to capture their beauty with my newly converted infrared camera.  This willow tree had the tiniest little leaf buds when I photographed this image yesterday.  I added a little painterly style in Photoshop and a boost of saturation to give the image an even more other-worldly feel.


Project 365 – Waiting In The Rain

My little one’s bus was really late today due to the rain so, not one to waste a perfectly good photo opp I captured lots of shots of him with my infrared camera.  I love how this one turned out.