Photographer Rob Turney of Melbourne Australia is taking a new twist at light painting. A common form of long exposure photography using lights as an abstract medium, light painting creates amazing pictures that look like someone took a brush and painted in the air. However, Turny is taking it one step further. By removing the cameras lens the camera is no longer receiving focused light, but with Turney’s ingenuity he uses refractions through glass to create these stunning abstract works of art. To see more of Turney’s work you can take a look at his website here.