Shepherdstown Library and Tree (Infrared)

The Shepherdstown, West Virginia Library is housed in a small free-standing building that literally sits in the middle of a street. In front of the building there is an amazing tree. I’ve often thought I should photograph it but it was not a few days ago that I motivated myself out the door with a camera. I decided that I would try it in infrared with my converted Nikon D200.

Shepherdstown, WV Library; Digital Infrared

Shepherdstown, WV Library; Digital Infrared (Modified Nikon D200)

To get this angle I had to stand in the middle of the street and at one point I became aware of a car stopped behind me … waiting for me to get out of the way. I turned and there was a Shepherdstown police cruiser. I sheepishly jumped out of the way and he gave me a “knowing smile” and went on. I guess they are used to it.

~ by Rsmith on June 2, 2013.

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