White Sands National Monument is a huge favourite in our family, partly because it’s a magical place and partly because the kids get to go “off trail” and slide down the dunes on plastic sleds.
During part of the sledding time, I wandered off with the cameras and shot some pictures. Given how white the sand is, it’s actually rather tricky to shoot here because your meter gets rather confused and, like shooting in snow, you need to dial in a fair bit of positive exposure compensation to capture the highlights properly.
This time, I also took the infrared camera along to see what it would do. The monochrome results are pretty interesting, I reckon.
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