I’m curious about colour, and as an artist, I often using artificial light in my installations. However; there is something very compelling when you see nature producing luminous pixels of its own.
Arachnocampa luminosa is a species of glowworm endemic to the island nation of New Zealand. These long exposure photographs were captured in a number of limestone caves in the North Island. The 30 million year old formations form a majestic backdrop to the bioluminescence of the glowworms.