Did you wonder what your dogs sees? I did and also wondered what the trees see and all of nature. This question started me on a quest to become one with nature. Nature see a lot of things differently than we do and thus so, has not made it easy for us to understand her or see her. I started with the sense of vision, because I’m a visual person, that starting point made sense, so I had a Nikon D200 DLSR convert a to Super Color IR Filter (equivalent to 590nm Filter)A by a ccompany called Life Pixel. Here’s some examples as what can be done with an IR camera.
If your are interested in joining my new world by having a camera converted, please add me as a referral using my email: [email protected] and by doing so, this helps support my exploration and I will provide tips and assistance.
Here’ s some of my first work.
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“We can speak without voice to the trees and the clouds and the waves of the sea. Without words they respond through the rustling of leaves and the moving of clouds and the murmuring of the sea.”
Paul Tillich quote
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When I have an idea, it goes from vague, cloudy notion to 100,000 words in a heartbeat.
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A cloudy day is no match for a sunny disposition.
William Arthur Ward