Japanese photographer Tsuneaki Hiramatsu captured fireflies beauty in a whole new light, using time-lapse photography. The result – lush images that show patterns of light that looks more like celestial figures than arthropods. Fireflies use two chemicals – luciferase and luciferin. The former glows when combined with the latter, which is an enzyme that triggers light emission.
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