Here's a favorite, from the fall of 2012. I had always wanted to try out some infrared film, but just never had any to use. So, that summer, I grabbed a box of Efke IR820, loaded up one film holder, and kept it in my camera bag, just in case. Well, there it sat, until we decided to spend the weekend up in Aspen, Colorado (this was when we lived near Boulder).
While out for a hike one afternoon, I stopped in the middle of a stand of aspens, and framed up the tops of them, basking in afternoon sunlight. Their white trunks and bright yellow leaves against the deep blue sky created so much energy and contrast.
I made three exposures. One with infrared film, and two others with black and white film, with a yellow filter to turn the leaves white, and a red filter to darken the leaves and sky. Together, the three different images tell a unique story.