Neon Lights – Surreal Landscapes by Barry Underwood

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Usually, a landscape photographer is satisfied with the majesty of nature itself. Mountains, forests and lakes often inspire enough awe on their own. However, Barry Underwood has shown that landscapes can be made even more interesting with a little imagination. Using neon lights and photographic effects, Barry alters the atmosphere and perception of natural scenery. Like a cinematographer or set designer, he actually builds full-scale installations on the site itself. The neon objects are ‘real’, then, despite their surreality. This sense of realness, albeit a strange reality, makes his landscape photos seem even more mystifying and memorable.

To see more of Barry’s photography, visit his website or facebook page.

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Ferns (for Francesca)

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Brush Brook

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Wendover (for John)

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Rodeo Beach

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Bleu

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Norquay (Yellow)

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Aurora (Green)

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Fish II

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Trace (Yellow)

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Circle

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Orange

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Trace (Blue)

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Parade Field

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Blue Line

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  1. Shannan Volters

    Thanks for sharing. These are pretty inspiring pictures.

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  2. Ratna Singh

    this “such” a imagination. nature blended with technology…

    Magnificent ! ! !

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  3. shilpa

    Your pics are awesome

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  4. Sue Lowery

    These are very neat…there is a show that is similar to this at Cheekwood in Nashville by artist Bruce Monroe and his light creations.
    http://lightatcheekwood.com/

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