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Couple of B&W Infrared Landscapes

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    Default Couple of B&W Infrared Landscapes

    This was one of those "Right Place at the Right Time" or "Luck" shots as far as clouds go. Both taken at a dog park (biggest bloody dog park I've ever seen). North Saskatchewan River area southwest Edmonton, springtime, mid afternoon. Used a Nikon D80 with a 720nm IR conversion. A guy in Toronto had his fun with it and I got it at a decent price.

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    The IR certainly makes for dramatic skies.
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