Timelapse: New Zealand's glowworms in motion

Posted July 13, 2015

An adventurous New Zealand photographer spent days underground, sleeping in caves to capture the bioluminescent fly larvae known there as glowworms. He reduced 60 hours of footage into one amazing timelapse video.

The photographer detailed his multiple attempts to capture the images, including the chill and the company of eels in the caves, in his blog, Stoked for Saturday.


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