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Taken with Kodak Infrared film. As with so many of my other "motives", these stones are gone, and the spot drastically different. It's still a parkland, though.

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I really, really like this one, for all the obvious reasons. Would be better without the people in the background. But of course that isn't always for the photographer to decide. Great picture.
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Love the surreal feeling this to it. Of course the IR enhances it quite a bit. The angle, the perspective, the clouds, the dog all work together nicely.
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Jim Very enigmatic. The dark dog running away dominates the scene, these 2 people leaving the other direction and between an old ghostly place. What happened? The scene leaves a lot for interpretation. I love it !

6/7 cheers jana

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Your pictures inspired me to try an IR filter - just made me realise how good yours are. I like the people too.


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Jim there is much to like here in your image, particularly this running, dark dog that imparts the spirit and mood of this place. And the people walking away, with their backs turned -- what a story that unfolds here.
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for your kind words and suggestion. Most of that noise is really grain from the Kodak infrared film. You should have seen the grain before I used the middle digital "GEM" setting on my scanner to soften it. Your example with neat image is intriguing, yet I feel the effect in the sky seems too obious for my taste.



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Very strong image, the inclusion of the dog is a great idea and the tones are so beautiful!
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Wonderful Jim! It has a very etheral quality to it and really works well for me. Thanks for sharing it sure is inspirational :-))
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LOL! I love it...This has got to be one of the best IR shots I've seen, seriously!
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Ok, I'm inspired too... the next filter I'm getting is for i/r! Great idea to get the dog - the ppl don't bother me at all though normally I'd prefer the scene without them. I do wish there was more drama to the clouds, but that might draw away from "Stonehenge" too much. I think I'm becoming a fan...
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