Infrared at Williamsport

High water under the aqueduct at Williamsport almost filled the space under the arches. (Nikon D200 IR)

Yesterday I went out to see if the high water along the Potomac might offer some interesting photographs. The water levels were actually down from the peak, although still much higher than usual.

The light was lousy – cloudy dull – so I decided to try some IR shots with my modified Nikon D200. Although the subdued light did not yield the brilliant white foliage, I like the somewhat more subtle way the foliage was rendered in this light.

I thought it was interesting how these little ferns grew right out of cracks between the stone blocks. (Nikon D200 IR)

~ by Rsmith on May 21, 2011.

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