With the warming weather and budding trees, the time is ripe for more infrared photographs. I have been carrying my Canon G7 on sunny days when the infrared energy is high. I took several photographs at school, some vine clinging on to the black metal door of Koffler Hall where my office is. Then, the other day I stopped before coming home, first at Ocean Avenue where RI Yacht Club is located. From there I took several photographs of Providence and the East Bay skyline and later stitched them to a panorama. While doing that a plane flew over, why not capture that? Then I parked on the Pawtuxet Bridge and took a series of photographs to stitch into another panorama. To top it off, I stopped on Fair street to photograph the magnificent, gigantic tree at the first curve. It is probably one of the best-looking trees I have ever seen.
I think it is time to have the 20D converted for infrared duty.