Every now and then you come across something special when experimenting with filters. For example, this: golden yellow and purple trees. It almost looks as if a gold dust has blown over the landscape. I like it. Very much, in fact.
Straight out of the camera, the vegetation is more reddish. With a change in the red channel, the reddish becomes a bluish purple. The post-processing is minimal. But beware: this does not work with every lens.
I used my full-spectrum Nikon D700, the standard 50mm lens (Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 D) and the unique X1 filter from Hoya.
In Photoshop I changed the values in the channel mixer at red as follows: