Last week we had some very foggy weather here on the Space Coast, something we don’t get that often. So I grabbed my gear and headed out to the Viera Wetlands to see what I could find. The first thing I found was my 70-200mm lens wasn’t focusing properly, but that’s another post. So I tried the infrared camera out to see what would happen with all of this fog and although I wasn’t thrill with most of the shots, I did like this one. //
While I out for a short hike in Georgia with my Infrared converted Canon 20D, I was looking up at the trees and noticing how the sun was lighting up the tree tops. So as I was walking along and taking different shots, I saw this perfect check mark opening in the canopy.