Category Archives: Infrared Photography

Fence Line Revisited

Tall grasses brushed by a breeze, a cloud-streaked sky and the march of a fence line into the distance coalesced into a perfect infrared landscape.

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Still Spring

On a windless day, a still reflection and a somber sky.

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Dandelions and Sky

The sky was dramatic, but I needed a foreground. The grasses were nice of course, but the dandelions made it happen.

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Tulips and Daffodils

This happy mix of tulips and daffodils is transformed by the infrared-converted camera, and then of course, tweaked to emulate the infrared film I used to favor years ago. But why the need to “improve” on Mother Nature? In deference … Continue reading

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Spring Orchard Revisited

The forecast was for thunder storms, and the forecast was correct. Moments after this image was made, the downpour began.

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Spring Hillside 2020

The plum trees are in blossom, but the flag is at half staff.

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Great Day for Haying, Roxbury, Conn.

A window of opportunity today, and the haying commenced on the hilltop.

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Pond and Fog

Morning mist painted a veil over the landscape.

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Field and Fence

A quiet scene on the hilltop recalls the sounds of horses’ hooves and the riders’ voices as they make the jump and gallop on.

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Ahead of the Rain at Lake Waramaug

Another moment by the lake, this time in infrared.

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