Animals in IR
Posted 10 January 2013 - 20:43
Posted 11 January 2013 - 00:40
Posted 13 January 2013 - 15:13
I think the canine is fascinating - the eyes. Is that a wolf or a dog? Such long legs! If this is a wolf, then was it dark like that in Visible light? I am just wondering in general whether furred animals exhibit any IR (or UV) characteristics.
I like the goose stepping out and the mom bird feeding the baby.
Posted 13 January 2013 - 21:25
@ Andrea: yes this canine is a real wolf, there was a complete pack of these, nice and agil looking animals, sometimes hiding, sometimes running to this spot, watching human game , but thankfully, there was a deep ditch in between. That is one of the shots in a park (perhaps for the dutch here around: this was in Gangelt, which is close to the border to the Netherlands). This shot was taken bright sunlight, as far as I remember.
Real wildlife is the crow (1), which was taken in the dark with only the light of the moon reflected from the snow on the ground (testing the limits of the sensor), then all the birds (2) to (6) and the cat (11), which was hunting on a meadow and which was totally concentrated to the ground.
The little ducks in (5) were quite upset: Three male ducks (drakes?) were endlessly chasing their mother and trying to actually rape her.
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