Drive-By Shooting, Perhaps? [720nm IR] | PT.I | 35:Chronicle

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A Little Bit of Archery.

For over fifteen years, my shutter-finger has been tantalised by this rural church whenever I’ve driven the main road that passes by it, only a quarter of a mile away. Set in front of its beautiful tree-lined backdrop, behind rolling fields, I can’t understand why it’s taken me so long to take that little side-road in order to capture it. Though it’s early in the year and, the overhead conditions remain unpredictable, I spent a lovely hour here – simply investigating and, grabbing some IR frames. I do hope you’ll enjoy this initial instalment and, have a great week ahead. 

I | Closeburn Church | GR-720nm IR | 21mm – 1/100th – f8 – ISO:200

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II | Closeburn Church | GR-720nm IR | 28mm – 1/320th – f8 – ISO:100

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III | Closeburn Church | GR-720nm IR | 21mm – 1/125th – f8 – ISO:100

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6 thoughts on “Drive-By Shooting, Perhaps? [720nm IR] | PT.I | 35:Chronicle

  1. I think I like archways because they give you a glimpse of another world that seems detached from the side you are standing on. It’s kind of like knowing that if you enter you are stepping through that magic mirror and may not return

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    1. That’s not a million miles away from how I often feel when I compose through apertures. I felt the same when I shot Thirlstane Arch. Personally though, it’s the more three dimensional approach to a 2D image. That little extra depth and a sense of voyeurism that tickles my brain. Lovely to read to your comments again, H! Thank you! 🙏

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