Follow me through new passages in Space and Time. Using a manual large format digital camera, I am creating images lit by the waves of phosphorus, neon, and the light-emitting diodes (LED) that are found in public advertisement signage. The resulting photographs create a textural mapping of wave emissions. With complete fluid control of axis, focus, time, and position I have been able to analyze the most stunning displays of light. The location of the shoot subtly reveals itself through landmark lighting, morphed advertising typeface, and sparse human aspects. Variation in light source, wattage, and efficiencies within the city’s nightlife bring unique colors and textural markings that interact with their setting. I consider this technique a lightwave based blueprint of space and time.