Six workshops that I was planning on attending this Spring and Summer have been cancelled, so I've been going on hikes once a week or so in our area to do some photography and get out in nature. I take my regular camera along, as well as an iR converted camera with a 590 nm cutoff filter. I'm trying to develop my eye to see what works well with infrared, so I'm experimenting with a variety of subjects. Henry Coe State Park in Northern California has lots of oak-studded hillsides that I think work well in infrared. For this shot, I chose an oak with lots of intricate branching that I think iR shows off well. It would have been better not to have all the other trees in the lower background, but I still like it. I have yet to learn infrared processing, so this image just has some Lightroom adjustments. 1/50th sec, f/11, ISO 100, 24mm, with a Canon 6D, Canon 24-70mm f/4 L lens.