Sadly, Coachella 2014 is over. The bands have packed up, the highs are wearing off (natural highs, of course), and the hangovers are slowly going away. If you did the concert right, you shouldn't remember much of anything, but that's what pictures are for.

Photographer Mark Davis spent much of Coachella 2014 snapping shots with an infrared lens. The resulting images have a purple tint that makes everything look twice as awesome, especially Christian Ristow's astronaut art installation and the epic skies over the festival. We can't wait until infrared contact lens technology reaches this level because we want to see like this 24/7.

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[via Guardian]