Under the infrared filter, the duckweed on the canal makes it look like just another patch of grass. The canals of London are always a hive of activity, with joggers, cyclists and maritime users too. Lets hope noone gets confused between towpath and canal!
Near IR Photography produces ethereal portraits with unusual colours and the effect of the light on the skin leaves it silky smooth.
These remnants of wooden beams to protect industrial barges as they have cargo loaded and unloaded on the Regent’s Canal have found a new role, as they decay, supporting all kinds of wildlife.
A lovely pub on the Isle of Dogs, with an excellent beer garden.
Viewed through the lense of a near-IR camera, the palm fronds take on an otherworldly feel with their white texture.
Blackwall Basin has been turned in to a nature reserve, an idilic little escape from the busy world of the London Docklands and a hidden gem.
Beach huts on the cliffs overlooking Sandbanks Beach in Dorset
A lone birch escaping from the Brutalist estate Robin Hood Gardens
This railway bridge crosses the lower Lea Valley connecting the District and Hammersmith and City lines out towards Barking and Upminster.