My new infrared camera has returned from the modifications. It is a Canon EOS T2i which will allow me to use any of my lenses depending on my needs. This evening after supper I took a stroll around the block, Spring Green Road, Narragansett Parkway, Fair Street, Clear Water Street, to Spring Green Road, to home. Along the way, I took neighborhood infrared frames that appealed to me, from trees to a church, to tree trunks, and so on. The Asbury United Methodist Church is where Jan’s parents married and made it their church. John was on its board of trustees for many years and Ruthie played the organ and sang in the choir. Other than this special note, other photographs will identify themselves with their titles.
As to the camera, I am glad I made the switch from the G7 to T2i. It is a good deal smaller than my 5D Mk-II, and much lighter. but being an SLR with a larger sensor it produces much better quality images. And, of course, the lens choice is a major plus. On this expedition, I used a Canon 17-40 mm lens on the T2i. Let see what you will think of the photographs.