The weather was nice yesterday and it will be today too.
Not much going on other than practicing Safe at Home, Stay at Home,...Isolation.
I have gone hiking with Charlie almost each day except during the thunderstorms.
For fun, I took the Infrared camera with me. I tried a different filter that gave me a different light spectrum range for fun.
Hike around home:
The reddish color is from the greens reflecting light with the 550nm filter.
I've finally gotten a handle on the process since ON1 software added a mode in its Develop section that allows you to pick how the image looks on the LCD of your camera. This means the program will select the white balance I set instead of picking a white balance that the program would like to select.
This makes a huge difference in Infrared Photography and is a great work around.
Kudos for ON1 for doing that and adding a selection for color channel swap.
Yesterday since it was still too wet to do any yard/garden work, I took Charlie for a walk down in Tainter Hollow.
Here is Charlie on the trail which disappears about 1/4 of a mile down stream. I had to wade through downed golden rod and other weeds to continue our hike and on deer trails.
Charlie had a rough go of it with his short legs. He is quite the trooper. I did carry him through the worst of it though.
We enjoyed walking and watching trout.
Aside from getting my mules feet trimmed this week and then I can go another 6 to 8 weeks without having anyone come to the farm.
This is a good thing. The mules need trimming and I need them for foraging for leeks, parsnip, and later on...morels.
Stay at Home.