Week two of infrared dreamscapes

I have been out using my infrared converted Nikon D200 for another week and here are some more results. The infrared spectrum definitely gives the world a more dream-like look with the different color spectrum it provides. It intrigues me that with such technologies (infrared cameras, x-ray machines, ultraviolet cameras) we are able to view the world in ways our eyes are unable to perceive. Just because we don’t see our surroundings in these ways does not make them any less of a reality. All deep thought aside, here are some more images.

 

Hwy. 287 Roadside View Stopping on the frontage road to Hwy. 287 between Midlothian and Waxahachie in rural Ellis County this tree is quite a sight to behold as the summer afternoon clouds move across the sky behind it.
Hwy. 287 Roadside View
Stopping on the frontage road to Hwy. 287 between Midlothian and Waxahachie in rural Ellis County this tree is quite a sight to behold as the summer afternoon clouds move across the sky behind it.
Miller St. Abandoned House A house sits rotting to waste next to Miller St. in rural Ellis County near Midlothian, TX on a warm summer's afternoon.
Miller St. Abandoned House
A house sits rotting to waste next to Miller St. in rural Ellis County near Midlothian, TX on a warm summer’s afternoon.
Farm & Market 664 Clouds roll across rural North Texas during the afternoon after a thunderstorm over a farm field next to Farm & Market 664 in Ellis County.
Farm & Market 664
Clouds roll across rural North Texas during the afternoon after a thunderstorm over a farm field next to Farm & Market 664 in Ellis County.
Old Waxahachie Rd. A farmer's field, trees and power lines border Old Waxahachie Rd. in rural Ellis County on a warm and humid summer afternoon.
Old Waxahachie Rd.
A farmer’s field, trees and power lines border Old Waxahachie Rd. in rural Ellis County on a warm and humid summer afternoon.
Patrick Rd. Tree and Barns A farm alongside Patrick Rd. in Waxahachie, TX sits still after an afternoon thunderstorm in rural Ellis County.
Boyce Rd. Field An old and worn barbed wire fence separates a North Texas field from the world in rural Ellis County on a June afternoon as the post-rain clouds move across the sky.
Boyce Rd. Field
An old and worn barbed wire fence separates a North Texas field from the world in rural Ellis County on a June afternoon as the post-rain clouds move across the sky.
Pigg Rd. Waxahachie Creek Bridge Waxahachie Creek is full of water and litter this afternoon after a summer morning rain.
Pigg Rd. Waxahachie Creek Bridge
Waxahachie Creek is full of water and litter this afternoon after a summer morning rain.
Hwy. 287 Tree A tree blows gently in the summer breeze on a hot afternoon just off Hwy. 287 between Midlothian and Waxahachie with a beautiful, cloud filled sky behind it.
Hwy. 287 Tree
A tree blows gently in the summer breeze on a hot afternoon just off Hwy. 287 between Midlothian and Waxahachie with a beautiful, cloud filled sky behind it.
Patrick Rd. Barn Farm equipment sits awaiting use on a summer afternoon in rural Ellis County Texas.
Patrick Rd. Barn
Farm equipment sits awaiting use on a summer afternoon in rural Ellis County Texas.
Miller St. Field A field sits next to Miller St. in rural Ellis County near Midolothian with rolls of hay in the midst of tall grass near crops.
Miller St. Field
A field sits next to Miller St. in rural Ellis County near Midolothian with rolls of hay in the midst of tall grass near crops.
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