It was past midnight in the forest of the Peninsular Botanic Garden, but a light still shone in the dark. A large firefly larva (Lamprigera sp.) emitted a constant glow from its light organs as it crawled across the leaf litter. I used a long exposure with a rear-curtain flash to capture its bioluminescence.
Speed shooting: 33
Focal range(mm): 35mm
5 MENCION DE HONOR / HONORABLE MENTION 5