Thousands of fireflies fluttering in the caves of New Zealand like the stars in the night sky

According to the British “Mirror” report, Joseph Michael, a new media artist from Auckland, New Zealand, has photographed many fireflies in a limestone cave on the North Island of New Zealand. Thousands of fireflies flying in the dark caves are like stars shining in the night sky.


It is reported that this limestone cave has a history of 30 million years. The photographs taken by Michael are like the wonderful pictures created by the extraordinary artist, but in reality this is a masterpiece of nature. Known as the small fungus, these fireflies are unique to New Zealand and produce a striking glow.


Michael used long-time exposure technology to take multiple photos, some of which took more than an hour. He named the group “Luminosity” to show the unique beauty of the worm.

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