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Master of all things otherworldly, Chicago-based genius/photographer Rueben Wu has made our brains tick and eyes widen with his captivating new photo series, Lux Noctis, which means ‘light the night’. You’d be forgiven for thinking these photos are stills from a science fiction movie – there’s a surreal and haunting ambiguity to them – though they are, in fact, real life landscapes on planet earth. Inspired by ideas of planetary exploration, 19th century sublime romantic paintings and science fiction, the series is some goose bump-inducing stuff.
Captured through long exposure photography, Wu uses a GPS-controlled drone to cast light over mountainous landscapes. This leaves a mysterious light trail reminiscent of something a UFO might create while also illuminating the land below. His intent is to renew audiences’ perceptions of the world – literally shining a new light on the earth we think we know. This isn’t Wu’s first rodeo, either, having captured volcanoes in East Java, deserts in North Chile and various other untouched landscapes.
Check out his website.