Driftwood stuck in the mud of a marsh in the wetlands of the Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge – infrared
Driftwood stuck in the mud of a marsh in the wetlands of the Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge - infrared
Image above made with a Nikon D200 IR-converted camera and Nikon 18-200 VR lens
This entry was posted on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 at 8:05 am. It is filed under infrared, photography and tagged with black and white, Capture NX2, danilew.com photos, Eastern Shore, Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge, ESVNWR, foliage, infrared photography, landscape photography, marsh, Nik Software, Nikon 18-200 VR, Nikon D200, Photoshop Elements, Silver Efex Pro, spring migration, springtime, trees, Virginia, water, wetlands.
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nice pic, but i still don’t get infrared.
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interesting view of the swamp
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