Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Country Roads

 This morning I had an appointment in the big city of Ukiah. On the return trip on a whim I decided to drive out Reeves Canyon Road and have a look around. It has been quite a few years since I have been out that way. I stopped a couple of places to create some infrared images. Infrared is challenging and I'm still learning what it takes to create and process and image. Enjoy the country road with its iconic mail boxes at the beginning. God's love and blessings to all, chris

All images were created with a Canon EOS 7D  camera converted to Infrared Hypercolor with a Canon 10-22mm lens.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Iconic Adirondack

Last week Lenore and I headed over to the Mendocino Coast for a break. We avoided people and had a really nice picnic lunch all by ourselves next to Lake Cleone. After lunch we drove up the coast to the fingers area where I knew the chance of running into people was pretty slim. Pulling into the parking lot we saw two other cars. We wandered around on the trails taking in some magnificent views of the ocean. We spotted one photographer on our way out. Coming back down the coast we stopped at Pacific Star Winery.  Lenore went in search of some wine while I wandered around the edge looking for something to photograph. I was immediately drawn to this row of Adirondack chairs all lined up inviting people to sit down and take in the views. It was a classic image. Lenore got a nice bottle of wine and I captured an iconic image. God's light and love to all, chris
This image was captured with a Canon EOS 7D camera converted to  infrared Hypercolor. The lens used was a Canon EF-S 10-22mm.