A Jungle path at Labna on the Mayan road
the magic of light between the trees – in the depths of Mount Douglas Park
( I used a night filter and a slight glow on this photo)
Into the deep of the fish tank
– and- deeply into the ancient
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Your infrared finishing is superb! Nice radiance!
thanks so much Koji!!
New heights for the depth! Impressive, Cybele!
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A lovely compliment Amy!! Thanks!!
The night filter you used is VERY interesting! I don’t have a professional camera so it’s great to see what you can do with your photos 🙂
Gorgeous photos! I really love the light through the trees…it’s such an amazing capture!
Thank you so much Valerie!!I do enjoy shooting in infrared.
Wünsche eine gute neue Woche lieber Gruß Gislinde
Vielen Danke Gisele!! and the same to you!!
So dreamy and magical! 🙂
I’m glad that comes across!! Thanks so much!!
“deeply into the ancient”–that eye! I love it!
I knew you would!! 😀 Thank you Peter!
That second image is gorgeous, Cybele, and I love the eye too!
thanks so much Katrina!
Absolutely stunning. I love the way you have taken a one word photo challenge and turned it into visual poetry.
Thank you so much Suzanne!! You do the same thing I think! A beautiful comment!!
You’re welcome and thanks for your comments on my blog. 🙂
Love those first two.
thank you so much for coming by and commenting Janet!!!
You probably know I’m going to say I love the trees! But that one of the fish tank is great – very surreal 🙂
Thank you Andrea! I love the trees!! But yes, mermaids are high on my list too! 😀
I like all of them, I have to try the night filter. Is that in the PS CS6 filter’s section?
yes I think it is in that one. I have PSCC
I’ve yet to join the PSCC, because Lightroom doesn’t interest me anymore. That’s why I was avoiding getting the offer.
lightroom is good for my infrared images!
Yes, I imagine LR is better now, I bought it like 3 years ago, I have to get into the Cloud soon, thanks!
Loved the infrared image in the forest.The light there was truly magic!
I love infrared for that reason Deborah!! Thank you!!
Fun, fun, fun, that mermaid. Clever picture. And I always love your forest pictures and that magical light.
thanks so much Sarah!! I’m rather partial to stranded mermaids, being a fish out of water on so many occasions myself.
Ah, Cybele, like me, you frequently find yourself “in” this world but not “of” it!
🙂 you’ve said it!
Lovely mono…I guess some photos look better in mono (I remembered as you had said in an earlier comment)….
thank you Norma!!!
Good interpretation of the feeling.
thanks so much Robert!
Love the light in between the trees, very mysterious!
Isn’t it!!! Thanks chris!!
Aawww, don’t tell me it’s the fish tank – I thought it was another of your mystical locations 🙂
lol- ok ok it’s a mystical and secret location- you found me out!! Thanks Six!!
These are great, Cybele….I love your dark, moody, mysterious images! Almost mythical….well, that last one is (how did you find the mermaid!). Favourite is the light through the trees – infrared camera or post-processing??
Thank you Sue!!! a great compliment! Yes the second image is infrared! It gives everything a magic light!!
The camera, or processing IR?
I have an infrared camera!
Indeed- a great topic for the photographic eye!! Thanks Sue.
Beautiful images – all of them, but the infrared is just simply stunning 🙂
Thank you Lisa!! I thought you’d like that one!! 🙂
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