Water breaking on the rocks at high tide on the other side of Jaquish Gut from Bailey Island. Click on the image for a larger view.
A Florida tree farm in near infrared. Click on the image for a larger view.
The light and color we see in the world is an extension of our biology. If we shift our perception to the longer wavelengths of near infrared, we would see the world very differently. Chlorophyll, the chemical that gives plants their green color, is highly reflective in the near infrared. Plants practically glow, at least when healthy. We see this very differently. Continue reading