Winter at Harbour Heights?

No, this is not snow and ice – we have not been hit by a rogue storm. Our grounds continue to be lush and green.

Sheryl Lazenby, a photographer friend of ours, was visiting on holiday last year. She brought along her 720nm infrared-converted camera and lens to take photos while on the island. We did not expect to see such a departure from what we normally see when we walk the grounds – it looks like we are experiencing full-on winter here!

Infrared photographs of the HH property - copyright, Sheryl Lazenby

As she explains: infrared captures a spectrum of light we cannot see. The 720nm spectrum of light lies just beyond the “visible spectrum”. Colors, plants, people, and man-made objects reflect infrared light in very different ways – in ways that cannot be replicated in photoshop or captured by a regular camera unless using IR filters – or a camera that has been permanently converted to shoot infrared. Grass and leaves turn white and seas and skies look more dramatic. 

Thank you Sheryl for sharing your photos with us.

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Harbour Heights
1453 West Bay Road
Seven Mile Beach
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
614-441-4435 (US)
345-945-4295 (Cayman)

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