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Labels: infrared photography, photography, roadtrip
posted by Art Durkee at 12:31 AM
Looking into these photos, I can almost feel the movement in those trees, Art. It makes me giddy to try to focus. Even so, they are beautiful.
Holding the camera still was tricky, too. This is one of those series of images in which I think you might just let it wash over you, without trying too hard to sort it out. I like the results here. I might print them large at some point, to see how they look at a large scale.
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