Neon on Acid: Psychedelic Night Photography

These photos are the product of an experimental technique that involves a lot of chance–which makes it both fun and frustrating.

The photos were all taken from a moving car in the San Gabriel Valley, while my wife drove.

Of these, my favorite is the last, which resembles a great multi-headed purple dragon.  Which is your favorite?  And what does it remind you of?


About John Mears

I teach English, take photographs, play guitar, write, do yoga, meditate, hike, play computer games, and love (and try to serve) humanity. If anything here touches you, let me know! Leave a comment! Subscribe! Enjoy! If you like the photos, you might like the greeting cards we will be selling soon!
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4 Responses to Neon on Acid: Psychedelic Night Photography

  1. holly says:

    hi john
    the photos are fantastic. i have no idea what a blog is? I am blogging now????????????????????
    hope you frame some of your work. the sky pictures were also great.


    • John Mears says:

      Hello, Holly, and welcome to the world of blogging. This is a blog, and I guess that leaving a comment on a blog is a form of blogging. I’m glad you like my photos! There are a lot more here, on other posts. Enjoy!

  2. Mike Herr says:

    Hey John – these are really fun! I like the penultimate one…very sharp focus…looks like some sort of alien spaceship or being with a big eye looking around. Tres cool.

  3. John Mears says:

    Yes, that next-to-last one is weird in a wonderful way. I love how the possibilities explode from the images.

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