Rhodys? Azeleas? Whatever they are, there's a good range of temperatures in here.
Not a lot of variation in this one. The bright spot in the lower right is green grass.
The final color of the photos depended strongly on the f-stop, exposure time, and whether the sunlight was direct or from behind clouds. The ground is green grass.
Easier to see when it's big - different kinds of leaves reflect IR very differently.
Short exposure, and not very bright to start with. Still, there's some variations in the different leaf types, and in the litter on the ground. 2 people off to the left.
Same area, but wider shot, and more sun. Quite a difference. The 2 people are still standing there.
Hmm, kind of interesting effect. Combined the normal exposure and an IR exposure like I was making an HDR image.
Meh. Gotta try this shot again.
Convention Center. IR travels poorly through glass.
Freeway Park. Infrared shot, with additional filter.
Infrared shot of reflection in a street lamp.
Shot IR, with in camera settings to emphasize edges.
Seattle Downtown, IR.
Fisrt attempt with my new IR camera setup. Shot near the fountain at UW. That's Mt Rainier in the background.