Dave Kennard's photos


  • Inverted sunset

    Sunset over a field with the colours inverted.

  • Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous buttercup) Vis UV IR comparison

    Comparison of a Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous buttercup) flower in visible light (left), ultraviolet light (middle), and infrared (right). In visible light the flower has bright yellow petals with bright yellow stamens surrounding a slightly darker yellow…

  • Cerastium fontanum (Common mouse-ear chickweed) Vis UV IR comparison

    Comparison of a Cerastium fontanum (Common mouse-ear chickweed) flower in visible light (top), ultraviolet light (middle), and infrared (bottom). In visible light the flower has white petals with slightly darker markings running from the base to about tw…


  • Spiraea sp. Vis UV IR comparison

    Flowers of a Spiraea sp. plant (possibly Spiraea nipponica or Spiraea × vanhouttei) photographed in visible light (top), ultraviolet (middle), and infrared (bottom). In visible light the flower has white petals with a darker yellow centre. The leaves are…

  • Silene dioica (Red Campion) female Vis UV IR comparison

    Silene dioica (Red Campion) female flower photographed in visible light (top), ultraviolet (middle), and infrared (bottom). In visible light the flower has pink coloured petals, relatively bright in tone. The pistils at the centre of the flower are white…

  • Ranunculus acris (Meadow buttercup) Vis UV IR comparison

    Ranunculus acris (Meadow buttercup) flower photographed in visible light (left), ultraviolet (middle), and infrared (right). In visible light the flower has glossy bright yellow petals, with the base of the petals being slightly less saturated in colour.…


  • Prunus spinosa (Blackthorn; Sloe) Vis UV IR comparison

    Prunus spinosa (Blackthorn; Sloe) flower photographed in visible light (left), ultraviolet (middle), and infrared (right). In visible light the flower has white petals with a green centre. The stamens have white filaments with brown anthers. The pistil i…

  • Malus sylvestris (European Crabapple) Vis UV IR comparison

    Malus sylvestris (European Crabapple) flower photographed in visible light (top), ultraviolet (middle), and infrared (bottom). In visible light the flower is white with a slight pink tinge. Unopened blossoms have a stronger pink colour. At the centre of…

  • Helleborus niger (Christmas Rose) Vis UV IR comparison

    Helleborus niger (Christmas rose; Black hellebore) flowers photographed in visible light (top), ultraviolet (middle), and infrared (bottom). In visible light the flowers have white sepals (that appear like petals) with a green gynoecium at the centre su…


  • Winter tree false colour IR

    False colour infrared photo of a bare tree in winter. The sun is low in the sky, behind the tree's trunk, casting a long shadow of the trunk into the foreground. In the sky behind the tree are numerous fluffy clouds. The photo was taken using a mix of de…

  • [EIR / Aerochrome] Tree, Hedges, Road, and Sky

    Kodak Aerochrome / EIR style photo looking west along Marston Trussell Road, near East Farndon, England. The photo is produced by capturing a combination of infrared, red, and green light, and then remapping these colours to display as red, green, and blu…

  • Crab apple blossom Vis + IR

    Full spectrum photograph of the flower of a blossoming European Crabapple tree (Malus sylvestris). The flower has 5 white to pink petals surrounding a number of yellow stamens and a few carpels. The leaves are around 5-7 cm long, with a serated edge.


  • Tulip flower in ultraviolet

    Ultraviolet photograph looking down into the centre of a tulip flower. In visible light the flower's petals appear a medium toned purple colour, with a light yellow area at the base. This contrasts with the flower's appearance in UV, where the petals are…

  • Galanthus nivalis (Common Snowdrop) flower Vis UV IR comparison

    Comparison looking up at the inside of a Galanthus nivalis (Common Snowdrop) flower photographed in visible light (left), ultraviolet light (middle), and infrared light (right). In visible light the flower consists of three long white oval tepals, with t…

  • Foal eating hay in infrared

    Infrared fisheye photograph of a young Gypsy-cob horse eating from a hay bale. Hale bales are provided for the horses to keep them going through the winter when the grass isn't growing. I posted some more photos and info on how I took the photos on my bl…


  • Autumn trees by the River Beauly, Kilmorack

    Panorama at sunset on a path along the River Beauly near Kilmorack, Inverness-shire, Scotland. The large oak tree and nearby silver birches' golden autumnal leaves glow in the warm sunset light. The space among the trees is coloured brown with dying fern…

  • Crassula ovata (Money tree) Vis UV IR comparison

    Comparison of Crassula ovata flowers photographed in visible light, ultraviolet light, and near-infrared light. In visible light the flowers are white, the pistils are white with a slight pink colouration. The flowers are quite bright. In ultraviolet the…

  • Begonia flower abstract

    Abstract photograph of a backlit Begonia flower. The frame is filled with the yellow and orange hues of the Begonia petals, with only a small area of the image in sharp focus.


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