The camera sees what we can’t
Photography by Andrew Shurtleff
Charlottesville photographer Andrew Shurtleff in late March made these dramatic photographs of Grounds under quarantine using infrared technology, which captures wavelengths of light outside the spectrum of what the human eye can see. The result is a high-contrast image with a nearly dreamlike look.
Jefferson surveys the quiet of the Darden School quadrangle.
Lambeth arch stands amid the foliage of the Dell.
A single person crosses the Lawn on what might have otherwise been a bustling day.