On the Road is a weekday feature spotlighting reader photo submissions. From the exotic to the familiar, whether you’re traveling or in your own backyard, we would love to see the world through your eyes.
This series was created by Alain Chamot (1971-2020) as a place to share our adventures and observations, no matter where we are.
Last week we visited the East Asian Gardens of The Huntington though the unseen world of infrared. Commenter JanieM asked if I ever presented the infrared images along with their visual pairs. You may remember that about 2 months ago, I posted infrared/visual pairs from Franklin Canyon. Being that the images from The Huntington are somewhat different(man made structures) than Franklin Canyon I agreed to do another infrared/visual pair post. This post contains 4 of the photos from last week’s post along with the visual shot that was taken at the same place and immediately before or after the IR shot was taken.
Looking across the Court of the Assembled Worthies is the Flowery Brush Library.
Looking into the Cloudy Forest Court you can see a rock sculpture and one of the cloud walls behind it.
From the Stargazing Tower you can see the Lake of Reflected Fragrance with the San Gabriel Mountains in the background. The bright white spot on the mountains at the center of the picture is the solar observatory on Mt. Wilson.
Looking across the pond to the bridge in the Japanese Garden.