We have been designed by evolution to adapt to our environment. We see the colors we see for a reason ; for example, animals with vibrant colors tend to be dangerous or poisenous.
Colors at the end are interpretation by our eyes of photons vibrating at certain wavelengths. In order worlds, other civilizations could perceive them differently.
In this series, I photographed common landscape scenes in Infrared light, that our eyes cannot see but other species could see. I show that colors are a concept "imagined" by the human brain, that are subjective to a specie.