These kind of perfect winter days always ends up screaming one thing to me when I am out with my camera – get out your infra-red filter and start shooting the world as the human eye can’t see. It’s something I particularly love about infra-red photography, whilst this spectrum of light does actually exist, we as humans can’t actually see it. I am going to try and keep the technical blurb out of this blog for as long as possible, I would prefer it to be about the images rather than how they were made.
This photo was taken just last week in the wide open plains near the Popes Cross, I was actually on my way over to the Popes Cross as it was perfectly lit up with late afternoon winter sunshine. I never made it that far, this kind of thing happens to me quite regularly, I stop to shot something else and then an hour later the sun has gone and its time to head home.
I like the effect of the walkway in the grass, it looks like some kind of alien entity making its way towards the trees.