The Holy Land is a place people see vary differently depending on the lens they look through. By using a false color infrared process, these photos were shot using light that cannot be seen for a personal exploration of the people and places of the Holy Land. The photos hold a timeless quality that evokes the early color photo processes used during the early 1900s. Photos shot with a Fujifilm X-Pro2 using a 720nm infrared filter and false-color processed to swap the red and blue channels.