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Fireflies of the Ozarks Photo by Vincent Brady — National Geographic Your Shot

"Through long-exposure photography, Missouri-based photographer Vincent Brady has captured the bright trails of light left behind by fireflies as they perform their nightly dances in the American Midwest.

Ha Ha Tonka State Park: Towering bluffs offer a majestic view of the Lake of the Ozarks. The remains of a huge, circa 1904 stone castle add mystery, while trails wind by caves, a spring, sink-holes and a natural bridge.

Ha Ha Tonka State Park: Towering bluffs offer a majestic view of the Lake of the Ozarks. The remains of a huge, circa 1904 stone castle add mystery, while trails wind by caves, a spring, sink-holes and a natural bridge.

Espacio creativo, ¡pase y lea!: Luciérnagas (Artículo gourmet) --La foto: great-smoky-mountains-lightning-bugs en Firefly.org--

“Using photographys fundamental ingredients of light and time, Katrien Vermeire allows the med

Luciérnagas transforman un atardecer normal en una obra de arte

Luciérnagas transforman un atardecer normal en una obra de arte

I Like It Wild And Pure...Always In The Country !... http://samissomarspace.wordpress.com

Sunny: the sun is this photo is so bright against the little flowers, it represents a sunny day in autumn

Fireflies in the Creek Photo by Vincent Brady — National Geographic

Vincent Brady Loves Fireflies – and You Will, Too. This Photographer Has Captured Their Light Trails as They Fly.

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