Infrared photography is typically used to create black and white pictures of landscapes that feature incredible detail, sometimes with a dreamlike glow. When infrared images are processed using film such as Kodak’s Aerochrome series however, the shot is reproduced with false-colour, where the reds, greens and blues are reversed. The result is a surreal scene where elements such as trees and foliage appear as a vibrant pink, which often looks like the photograph was taken on another planet! Digital photographs can be post-processed using a variety of methods that offer different looks, but the false-colour aesthetic is still a favourite among photographers. In today’s showcase I present a range of breathtaking examples of infrared photography with surreal colours.