I took this shot a bit ago with a Hoya R72 IR filter and a Nikon D50. I edited it in Photoshop for Levels and switched the Red/Blue channels for the false color. So... friends/family saw this pic the other day and thought it was a winter pic taken after a snow fall (it was taken during an 80 day in late summer). I think by changing the sky to any non-blue color it would take away that snowfall reference but I can't figure out a good way to change the sky. Typically I select that color range and replace the entire thing so that the color cast goes through out the entire shot and looks more natural but I tried it and lost the trademark IR white foliage. Any ideas, photoshop techniques or other critique for how I can get this shot to look less like a winter shot and more like a false color IR shot? Please feel free to edit the pic.