Orange (2007) ©Barry Underwood.  Barry Underwood has created some astonishing installations with the use of light to accentuate the natural form of trees, rocks and the terrain.

Artist Barry Underwood photographs wonderfully mysterious light installations that he installs on-site in forests, mountainsides, or near lakes and rivers. Here: "Ferns (for Francesca)", 2012

"He and the wolf, they were one." Cassel and his spirit-like wolf form running together... This pic is really amazing *.*

"He and the wolf, they were one." Cassel and his spirit-like wolf form running together. This pic is really amazing *.

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Des paysages nocturnes lumineux

Landscape LED Light Luminescent Installations by Barry Underwood. Artist Barry Underwood transforms ordinary landscapes into something out of science ficti

In this nighttime snow scene, the light path from hiker's headlamps is traced along switchbacks on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail north of Asheville, North Carolina. This section of the MST is located within the boundaries of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Mysterious Red Lights Installations in Spain

As part of his visual project titled La Línea Roja, the Parisian photographer Nicolas Rivals wandered Spain to install red geometric shapes.

A bright video screen shows images of blue sky on Tiananmen Square during a time of dangerous levels of air pollution, on January 23, 2013 in Beijing. That’s some dystopian shit right there! (You know, you could argue that if people from the past saw our society today, they would see it as a dystopia.)

“ A bright video screen shows images of blue sky on Tiananmen Square during a time of dangerous levels of air pollution, on January 2013 in Beijing. That’s some dystopian shit right there!

softpyramid:   Thomas JacksonCheese Ballsfrom the series Emergent Behavior

carex: ‘Cheese Balls’ is part of Emergent Behavior series (think termite swarms) by Brooklyn, New York artist, Thomas Jackson.

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"Lighting element" Heather Lewis, Pay per view, 2011 (money in meter) Coin meter, light, mirror tiles Approximately 9 x 11 x 6 feet

Light.... Searching for us.

I have highlighted this image because I like how the image is simple yet effective at demonstrating how light can be used in photography. This image was created with a high exposure setting which would more light in the image such as the trail, The trail

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