Yesterday, I traveled down to San Antonio with one of my best friends for a photography expedition. Our goal was to just explore and play. I took my infrared Nikon D200 (converted by LifePixel) and my visible light (unmodified) Nikon D300.
We visited several of the missions that are part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Here’s an infrared tree portrait from Mission San Juan Capistrano.
We also visited the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden, which had completed a major renovation the day before.
One of my favorite photos is this one looking straight up at the ceiling of the pagoda.