Congo by Richard Mosse. Mosse used Aerochrome infrared film for these photos of rebels during wartime and the results of bright color get you drawn into the photos first for their apparent beauty and then for their shocking imagery and subject matter.
War photographer Richard Mosse spent his time in the Democratic Republic of Congo shooting on Kodak Aerochrome film originally designed to help pilots spot camouflage, bathing surreal scenes of conflict in cotton-candy colors.
Infrared photography by Richard Mosse (via Avery Moss) Members of the Congo Military photographed with infrared film. I imagine that had they known the photographers photos turned out like this, he would have been in big trouble.