London based photographer Joel Devlin has created some amazing images using a bit of innovation and the skills of his trade.
In his series ‘Light Waves and Dark Currents’, Mr Devlin places an LED light in a waterproof container and then submerges it in various bodies of water.
What happens next is in the hands of nature. Joel uses a 40 minute exposure to capture the movement of the LED as a result of water currents. The length of the exposure means that trails of light appear to trace a path along the landscapes and the results are gorgeous.
This image was captured at Hatchet Pond in New Forest, near Beaulieu, England.
For more images, check out Joel’s website here:http://www.joeldevlin.com/album/landscape-two#4