Earlier this week we had a bit of a break in the rain and I've been itching to get out and take some pictures. One of my old standby locations is Ruckle Creek because there is rarely anyone else there, it isn't too much of a hike, and it is really pretty. Given that the rain never really stopped, just got lighter, it was my top pick. I've had an IR converted camera for a while and I've been playing with it quite a bit because, like using a macro lens, you learn to see the world differently. Greens become brighter in the IR spectrum and blues become more dramatic. It's a lot of fun to experiment and seeing the world in monochrome is a different kind of experience.
Fuji X-E2, Fujinon 10-24/f4R OIS
10mm, f11, 1 sec @ 200 ISO