Land-Escapery | PT.IV | 35:Chronicle

infrared, landscape, photography

Onwards | 720nm Infrared.

The second day of this year was as beautiful as the first and, it would have been impossible for me to have remained indoors. Little did I know at the time though, that these images would be among the very last that I would capture using my faithful GXR systems – the lenses and alternative wavelength conversions that I have been using for the last six or seven years, at least. But I have decided upon two courses of action for this year. I want to lighten my bag and, I want to take things back to what I initially intended these pages to share my enjoyment of. The 35mm FoV, to be succinct. 

I have enjoyed, very much, not limiting myself to one field of view, but on the other hand, I don’t feel that I have learned much either by allowing myself such leeway and, I am beginning to crave limitation again; and to push myself further. I’ll still be shooting IR (try to stop me!) but will concentrate on 720nm, along with my visible-light set-up. New year, new tool-set, as my good friend put it. I know there’ll be frames I’ll miss, but, no matter what FL lens is mounted, there always will be. So, for this year, I’m scaling back in order to move forward. 



I | A Kind of Crossroad? | 720nm IR.

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II | On a Breeze | 720nm IR.

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17 thoughts on “Land-Escapery | PT.IV | 35:Chronicle

    1. Thank you, Quy! Naturally, I agree with you. The second is a little more special. Glad you like them and as always, thank you for your comments! Have a great weekend also. 🙏

  1. I’m in love with the second shot! These clouds look like flower or
    like sheets on a clothesline. And I like the whole image!

    1. Thank you, Alena! The second shot in particular, reminds me of warm breath blown steadily into a cold breeze. I’m very happy that you like it! 🙏

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