Small Places, a small project in digital infrared photography
Wandering through tens of thousands of acres of protected land in the hills of the Northern half of Worcester County, Massachusetts, I enjoy knowing what surrounds me. I immerse myself in the environment as I explore with my ears, eyes, binoculars and cameras in a multitude of small, in-between spaces in the woods, trails, and roadsides of reservations, sanctuaries, watersheds, parks, and state forests. Infrared photographs often capture better my sense of delight in the dances of light and shadow I see in my travels.
For this series, I spent some time shooting in a small area in an old gravel pit, primarily pictures of one scrubby pine.
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