The Lathkill Dale in infrared

I went to Lathkill Dale with two cameras, intending to use the infrared one on the way down and the 'normal' one on the way back. As it came on to rain heavily the infrared camera got more use.
In the stormy weather the clouds were very dramatic, an effect exaggerated by infrared. The glen is very pretty and widens and narrows again on the way down. Piles of stones were left on the valley side where quarrying took place and these made for some interesting pictures when contrasted with the foliage which goes to white in infrared. The Ricklow Quarry which lies at the top of the dale extracted stone known as 'Derbyshire marble' which was used in decorative work.
Hominus Photographicus and Hominus Ramblus were in evidence.


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