Infrared is a funny form of photography as you are never quite sure what “colours” you may end up with (after conversion). I must confess that I always love the surprises as it is never as I had imagined, this is why I find the medium so exciting!!
I have enhanced the colours of Nangreaves village here with a lantern light to suit my tastes for colour and light, hope you like it too : )
When I first visited Grant’s tower in Ramsbottom in was an overgrown ruin which was difficult to access. Very Happy on this recent visit with my infrared camera to see it is being rebuilt stone by stone which was very welcome news to me.
Peel Tower, always a good destination to get the heart racing with it’s steep incline. If you have a camera you have a sneaky excuse for stopping half way to “admire the view” and catching your breath. This was my view on the way down, I was waiting to see the evening lights come on but instead walked down to a golden sunset.
A wonderful sunset following a sudden downpour Walmersley Bury.
A forest of winter beech trees.
Contrasts in snow at Dove Stone Reservoir
The Atom panoptican beneath the stars.
Peel Tower First snow of the winter of 2016.
Amazing High drop of moorland water, it had been raining a lot (for a change) the huge rush of water peaked my attention, a few hurdles over fences and I found this beauty. Long exposure photograph in “sunny” Oldham.
Perfectly formed clouds passing overhead on a cold, fast northerly wind. Long exposure 51 secs Lancashire.