LLAMP Art was an accidental discovery, and if anyone has a better name for this method of photography, please, let us know! Generally speaking, long-exposures are taken with a tripod so the subject doesn't wobble and smear across the "picture."
When hurtling down a highway though, a tripod is useless. Taking pictures anyway, we discovered that the light acts like pigment and the camera's wobble acts like a brush-stroke on the canvas of the "picture" (exposure) to create these wonderful works of photography Art. With practice, one can purposefully paint shapes and designs with the light seen in the sky or on the horizon.
This is a small collection of our favorites so far!