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Fences

Jeni Harney | The tree and the wall

The tree and the wall

A lone tree on a windswept hillside above Stalybridge and Glossop
Jeni Harney | Heather at sunset

Heather at sunset

For a few weeks every August the heather on the moors of the Peak District blooms, turning all the hills a beautiful purple colour.
Jeni Harney | Reflecting in the sun

Reflecting in the sun

This is an infrared image of a silver birch tree at the end of a dry stone wall at Dove Stone Reservoir, in the Peak District. Infrared light isn't visible to the eye, so the photographs created with either infrared film or a converted sensor have a surreal, almost dreamlike element to them. The infrared light reflects off the chlorophyll in foliage. making it almost white. The more chlorophyll in a leaf or a blade of grass, the brighter it will appear in the image. More chlorophyll also means the foliage is healthy. This image was created with Rollei infrared film and a R72 infrared filter.
Jeni Harney | The Tree

The Tree

The tree. This is an infrared image of a tree. Infrared light isn't visible to the eye, so the photographs created with either infrared film or a converted sensor have a surreal, almost dreamlike element to them. The leaves and grass, because of how they react to infrared appear white in this picture. This image was created with Kodak HIE film, which is now no longer available. It is more sensitive to infrared light than the films available now, and gives a much more contrasting effect.
Jeni Harney | Snowy Fields

Snowy Fields

A snow laden bush beside a wooden farm gate leading into snow covered fields and hillside.
Jeni Harney | In the field

In the field

A lone tree stands protected by a small fence in a farmers field.
Jeni Harney | Silver Birch Sunset

Silver Birch Sunset

A lone silver birch tree stands alongside a path around Dovestones Reservoir, which is lit in beautiful shades of red and gold by the setting sun.
Jeni Harney | Eastergate Bridge, Marsden

Eastergate Bridge, Marsden

An old packhorse bridge over a stream in Marsden.
Jeni Harney | Indians Head

Indians Head

this is an infrared view of Wimberry Rocks at Dovestones, as well as the most photographed tree there. Listed as a 'Notable Tree' by the Woodland Trust (ID 14774) This common sycamore tree is easy to spot, standing on its own above the reservoir. Wimberry Rocks, also know locally as Indians Head, is a large gritstone cliff due to its shape, like an Indian looking up to the sky. Infrared light isn't visible to the eye, so the photographs created with either infrared film or a converted sensor have a surreal, almost dreamlike element to them. The infrared light reflects off the chlorophyll in foliage. making it almost white. The more chlorophyll in a leaf or a blade of grass, the brighter it will appear in the image. More chlorophyll also means the foliage is healthy. This image was created with Rollei infrared film and a R72 infrared filter. It was given a split process effect in software to give it the blue and yellow look.
Jeni Harney | Reclaimed by Nature

Reclaimed by Nature

The remains of a fence alongside the Huddersfield Narrow Canal in Millbrook, Stalybridge. This was taken on Ilford HP5+ 120 film and printed on to Ilford Cooltone photographic paper befire being scanned to make a digital image.
Jeni Harney | Sunshine and Showers

Sunshine and Showers

From Dalegarth, looking towards Boot and Scafell Pike. The Boot Inn is lit up by bright sunlight on an otherwise cloudy day.
Jeni Harney | Whillen Beck, Boot

Whillen Beck, Boot

Whillen Beck, as it falls down to Eskdale Mill and the River Esk beyond.