Savannah in Infrared

Day Two Hundred and Twenty. One of my good friends lives 4 hours away, which is entirely too far, especially given that we used to live 20 minutes from each other. Savannah's the only place about half way between us that's even moderately worth bringing a camera to.

Photographically speaking, it wasn't exactly the best day. It was flat, gray, and the most boring version of overcast you can imagine. I was hoping to do some really cool long exposure work in Forsyth Park with some nice clouds rolling over the fountain that is the centerpiece of the park. No such luck, but I was still able to make the fountain interesting by shooting in infrared. The thick foliage really popped when I chanel swapped the image. I'm really happy with the shade of blue the leaves turned!

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