I have recently gotten into infrared photography, and I decided to do a shoot in the American Southwest with my infrared converted camera. An infrared sensor sees colors differently than a regular sensor does, and I like the different colors and tones you get from the sky and foliage. This is a shot in Joshua Tree in the middle of December. The desert takes on a whole new look in infrared, and this was shot on a cold, sunny wintry day.
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