Natures natural beauty. These fluorescent ribbons flowing through woodland are created by dozens of fireflies at twilight. After the sun went down in a peaceful forest, the spectacular light display that's invisible to the naked eye was created by the tiny bugs flying together for 30 minutes. This creates the breathtaking trails of light that can only be seen on a hi-tech camera.
Rare moments like this only come around a few times every year, as fireflies are only active for a couple of weeks. Fireflies only buzz around with each other for no longer than 45 minutes after sunset. Paul van Hoof, 37, was lucky enough to capture these breathtaking photos in a forest in the Netherlands. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.
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