It's difficult to say this is "naturally" coloured, as that term doesn't really seem to apply to infrared photography, however I've tried to make the colours on this one close to a regular photograph (with the exception of the white trees). I've also posted an alternative, one might say more adventurous, version, here. It's quite different (actually it is closer to how it came out of the camera pre-processed) but still retains the ethereal quality present in infrared shots that I find so appealing.
It was shot through an infrared filter that blocks visible light.
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