Just another glimpse of the potential inherent in IR landscape photography, Composite of three band-limited IR images taken nearly concurrently with 2 cameras (hadn't three IR-capable cameras available so could not do all three shots simultaneously) red = [900-1000 nm] green = [800-900 nm] blue = [700-800 nm] The weather was quite dramatic at the time these photographs were taken, shafts of light outlined details in the rugged mountain landscape. What you can not see, however, is the newly fallen snow because fresh snow is wet so won't reflect much IR. Taken with D1 and D70 cameras, the bandpass limits are approximate. Edited to add, By definition I tried to achieve multispectral imaging, but ended up with an element of multitemporality included as well. The unexpected always adds a bonus to such experiments.