Earlier this year I picked up several rolls of color infrared film, formerly known as Aerochrome.
Originally intended for aerial surveying and imaging, this film is reactive to the infrared spectrum and produces a wonderful magenta color in bright light.
I shot these frames on my trusty Pentax K1000 with Vivitar 28mm f/2.8 and SMC 50mm f/2 with a yellow filter (Y12).
I processed the film at home with the standard Rapid E6 and scanned with Epson v600. Optimized images using Photoshop.