More experimental stuff.
These pictures were shot using an infrared filter which means that visible and ultraviolet light is completely blocked.
I’ve forgotten all the science behind it to be honest but the result is the sort of otherworldly B&W landscapes which remind me of Terry Pratchett’s descriptions of Death’s abode.
My images are out of focus because infrared focuses at a slightly different point than visible light and I was clever enough to work out the disparity.
These were very long exposures (a few minutes each) because the filter is very dark and very thick (it looks like a solid black disc at first glance). Hence the watery, flowing clouds.
I’ve often felt like I’m making the same picture over and agin so sometimes it’s good to go completely leftfield and try something completely different.