This was taken with infrared B&W film, on a panoramic 35mm camera. It was called a Noblex, and yes, I still have it and it still works well. The camera has a rotating drum with a lens mounted perpendicular to the axis of the drum’s rotation. The speed of rotation becomes the effective shutter speed. Using this film with a dark red or infrared filter, the results were always a bit a surprise. And surprises are good. And using the panoramic format, composition becomes a very different thing, and challenging, to say the least. More surprises. But never boring.