In the Still of the Light | PT.III | 720nm IR | 35:Chronicle

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The Ruin at the Cross | PT.II.


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(Both images photographed with a 450nm internally converted Ricoh GR, + front-mounted Hoya R72 IR filter.) 


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14 thoughts on “In the Still of the Light | PT.III | 720nm IR | 35:Chronicle

  1. My congrats on your new photography gear once again and on the light that came back! It wasn’t for so long out, was it? The first photo is my favorite, but on the second one I can see you 🙂

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    1. No, the light wasn’t out for long. When it comes back the first itch I have to scratch involves my shutter-finger.☝️📷😁 I’m always grateful for having the gear that enables to me to shoot how I want to, and not be hampered in any way. Keeping my bag light is also a big consideration and for once, it’s working for me. I think I have all my bases covered. I should be good to go, now! 🤪🙏

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    1. I’m not religious but even I can see why the Rev. should get such a nice piece of marble! Certainly stands out. Thanks for visiting again! Best, Rob.

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