IR Photos – Take Two

In my last post I described Infrared photography, likely causing eyes to glaze over and spontaneous naps to ensue with my not so technical audience. This time around, I’ll just stick to IR pictures and keep the commentary to a minimum. I hope you find them interesting.

Albino Artichoke
A scalped Maple waiting to turn over a new leaf – or maybe a few hundred.
Lenses are even more susceptible to lens flare in Infrared than in visible light.
Rosemary in a sunbeam
This tree should take on a whole different look this summer, when it’s buried in leaves. They’ll all reflect IR light like crazy, turning the tree into a giant mushroom shape.
Lace Leaf Maple
False Color, big drink of water