Light is energy. We take for granted that our reality exists only in visible light, yet just beyond that spectrum exists infrared, a realm where life is particularly active.
Mountain environments become more alien the deeper one explores. There is an inexplicable energy that radiates from even the harshest environments where life is able to cling.
I use an infrared-sensitive camera to capture this realm, and present it in context with visible light. The striking disparity in energy just outside of our perception hints at how many invisible processes there may be if we explore even deeper.