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Longer Exposure Images Of Glowworms Turn Brand New Zealand Cave Towards Starry Night

This unique long-exposure photography of glowworms had been grabbed by new-media singer Joseph Michael. The Auckland, brand new Zealand-based professional photographer took these photos in 30 million-year-old limestone cave structures on North Island.

“The exposures diverse in the cave and exactly how close i really could get. 5 minutes for the close ups. 30 minutes or 1hr for a few associated with the broader ones,” Michael describes on Twitter. There “was a little of experimentation involved. Obtaining the ISO / f end blend right. The blue light in a few regarding the pictures is a soft driven which can be operated from my car battery pack / inverter combo.”

Arachnocampa luminosa is a species of fungi gnat endemic to New Zealand. The larva hangs down snares of silk which can be as much as 40 cm (15.75 in) to capture their particular victim; the hungrier the larva, the brighter they glow.











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