This is a pond close to where we live. As I have expressed before at some juncture, that I like infrared photos because of the great contrast that can be achieved in black and white, particularly in the sky. Also I prefer photos that are not obviously infrared, where the greens are not a harsh white, although they all have their place. The deserted cabin adds contrast to the jet trail in the left portion of the sky.
After I posted this photo, I received this wonderful thought from Nannette Pierson:
We rush to cross the skies,
to places far away,
to capture a moment of peace and tranquility,
while a cabin,
on a pond in paradise,
remains as empty as one’s soul…..