Weeping Stones


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TDubPhoto_04Images by Trevor Williams and Jonathan Galione of Tdub Photo. The light is emanated by a species of bioluminescent shrimp called Vargula Hildendofii or ‘sea fireflies’ native to the coast of Okayama in Japan.

Williams and Galione lured them into jars baited with raw bacon, positioned them on rocks then photographed them as they returned (safely) to the water


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5 thoughts on “Weeping Stones

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      Excuse me.
      I’ve just been inundated with calls from ‘people who love me’…like yeah?
      As if…

      I didn’t know there was really such a thing as ‘brown’ movies. I thought I’d made it up by meself.
      Mad, what?

      Apologies to all you scatologists who may have been offended.
      -I didn’t think youze lot were for real.

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