Its a surreal place even in "normal light" and rendering it in infrared made it even more eerie.
The American Cemetery in Fort Bonifacio is one of the favorite places of photographers in Metro Manila. While there are sections that are off limits, the rest of the grounds are accessible to the general public. Even on a weekend the place is quiet and seemingly deserted.
Here are my takes on a scorching hot midday, unfortunately that's the best time to take infrared photos is when its really sunny.
These are all "false color" IR. The original color of the photos is of course RED. Not all lenses by the way are good for taking infrared photos. Most of the ultrawide lenses in the market produce "hot spots" - bright areas right smack in the middle of your photo. For these photos I used a borrowed 10-24mm Nikkor with Haida IR720 (equivalent to the more popular Hoya R72 filter)