New York City’s collection of neon lights is unlike any other. From Times Square to the corner diner, the bright, luminescent lettering of all shapes, colors and sizes light up the streets and sidewalks until the wee hours. In a new photo series called “Light On,” Paris-born photographer Frank Bohbot captures the charm of the bustling city through moody images of its neons. Through the day, the night, the rain and snow, the colorful signage beams brightly and offers a modern glimpse at old New York. Take a look at the stunning photographs at Gothamist.