Playing with Infrared camera at the Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park, London.
Our final leg of the London LOOP walk. The path totals 154 miles. It has taken us 3 years to complete it, there are 18 sections, and we’ve been doing 1/2 a section each month. Now we can finally say that we’ve completed all of them. We have been doing the LOOP anticlockwise. Normally it is done clockwise, but the group we were with (London Apreciation Society) have did it 10 years ago the right way around, so this time they wanted to do it the other way for variety.
Below are some pictures of our final section, Gordon Hill to Cockfosters. There are some Infrared pictures, just because I like the difference it makes.
Another LOOP walk, without the LAS group as they have been walking mid week as there have been so much disruption on the rail these days with weekend works. We drove round there, and did the walk on our own. Fantastic day, sunny, blue skies and pretty dry paths, with little mud around. Even met Daisy the cow. :o) If you think some of the colours have gone a bit wierd one a few of these pictures, that’s because I took two cameras, one was converted to Infrared, so those colours are in a different colour spectrum.
Had the opportunity to spend the week at Macdonald Hotels Elmers Court, New Forest. It was all part of my work. But we did get chance to wander around the grounds and take a few pics. Some were Infrared, which I was just playing with, those would be the ones that show golden leaves, and grass. The infrared filter was a 590nm filter on a converted camera.
My daughter and I took a walk in Layton Park, right after it snowed. We thought we’d see what photos we could take. There are some Infrared ones in there too, and watch out for the flying duck.
Some pictures may look the same, this is because I took a normal picture, then Infrared, and then played with the Infrared. So it is intentional that some look like duplicates.