I would like to explain how this art project came to light. It is a form of long exposure photography. Long exposure photography requires the cameras shutter to remain open for a set time length. During the time that the shutter is open the camera will collect any and all available light that the cameras sensor sees and once the shutter has closed. It freezes that data it has collected and displays the final result for your eyes to enjoy. I was surfing the web and came across an interesting story of Denis Smith. He is a photographer from Australia that has made several incredible pieces of art from light. After watching several how to videos on Youtube. I headed off to Clinton Lake in Lawrence, Kansas with a couple fellow photographers and started taking pictures on a full moon night and here are a few pictures from that night. Hope you enjoy.