A poem-film shot one wintry afternoon in London with a thermal imaging camera which detects infra red light waves that our eyes don't see. The film reveals how with different eyes we might see the friction of a fountain as it falls into water, the glow of life and warmth of trees and the internal structures of things.
Filmed by Geraldine Cox and Dr Mike Tarbutt. Edited by Geraldine Cox. With thanks to Prof Chris Philips for the FLIR camera.
Part of Finding Patterns project. http://www.findingpatterns.info