An artist has used the great outdoors as his canvas - painting spectacular scenes by using nothing except LIGHTS.
Jeremy Jackson, 34, has captured more than 4,000 vibrant pictures brightening up the likes of trees, streams and parks creating either everyday things such as flowers and people.
He first discovered the technique while playing with glowsticks and a point-and-shoot camera - twirling the sticks and walking away from the camera on a long exposure setting.
A fictional character, Tacky, also features in many of Jeremy’s works.
Tacky’s face is drawn on humans, who Jeremy places in both realistic - like a DJ booth or surfing - and fictitious scenes. (Jeremy Jackson/Caters News)