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Geyser road in infrared 2 unaltered by Paul Mercer

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This is the unaltered version of geyser road in infrared 2
I would like peoples opinions as to which they prefer

Nikon D200
17-55mm nikkor lens
polarizer
infrared filter
tripod

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infrared, nz, rotorua, unaltered, new zealand, north island, geyser road, lady knox, lady knox geyser

Comments

  • yolanda
    yolandaover 4 years ago

    Beautiful infrared . . but I also like it in the blue :-)

  • Thanks Yolanda

    – Paul Mercer

  • Parabol
    Parabolover 4 years ago

    I can’t decide which one I like better, so I’ll just say I love em both :)

  • Haha, yeah I feel a bit the same with some of them, Cheers Kieran

    – Paul Mercer

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 4 years ago

    Paul, another beauty … love the leading lines of the road and fence … but of course it’s the white trees and that extraordinary sky that seals the deal!!!!!!

  • Thanks Lois, this is actually one of my personal favourites, Im surprised it hasnt had more comments

    – Paul Mercer

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 4 years ago

    Paul, it’s so funny you should say that. I’ll pop something up that I’m totally in love with … and watch it fizzle. Then I’ll put something up that I’m unsure about … and it’ll take off like a rocket (have one doing that right now, in fact)!!! And just when I think I’m onto the rhyme and reason of it all .. it’s as if the winds shift and I’m completely confused again!!!!!! As to why this one hasn’t hit it big … not a clue. It’s completely glorious!!! Sometimes I wonder if time of day or day of the week that we post doesn’t have something to do with it???

  • Yeah its quite interesting, I find that happens quite often as well, I think that the emotional attachment we have as the creator of the images makes us see them in a different light to people that are just viewing the images which makes it very difficult for us to have an unbiased opinion and to judge the quality of our own work.

    – Paul Mercer

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