Defining natural moments in the landscape is about creating scenic effects with selective illumination. Having carefully composed light points along a path, at the edge of a garden bed or under a tree, can create an element of drama in an exterior space. Employing small units, such as spike lights or uplights, illuminates without detracting from the lit subject. This creates a high contrast between the subject and the surrounds, known as accent lighting, so as to draw attention as desired.
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To ensure visual comfort and avoid glare from light directly hitting the eye, place uplight units to the side of where foot traffic is expected. Coloured light can be used to create a subtle or dramatic contrast in an area. LED units can allow for an endl
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