Autumn scenes – infrared

In order to capture autumn colours, I had visited Florence Park in Oxford, UK to take plenty of photos. During that trip, I had also taken my trusty full-spectrum Olympus E-PL5 to try and capture autumn in infrared. Having looked at the photos again recently, I decided that they were nice enough to post. So here they are.

Florence Park, Oxford path - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford path – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford path - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford path – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford trees - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford trees – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford path - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford path – infrared 650nm
Autumn sky
Autumn sky
Florence Park, Oxford - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford big tree - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford big tree – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford fallen leaves - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford fallen leaves – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford fallen leaves - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford fallen leaves – infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford field - infrared 650nm
Florence Park, Oxford field – infrared 650nm

Infrared does give a different perspective to how I see things, which is why once in a while I still take photos in infrared. And makes certain things stand out, when I would have missed seeing them normally.

Boon