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Blue Rivers of Bioluminescent Shrimp Trickle Down Oceanside Rocks in Okayama, Japan

The Weeping Stones, a photo project by Trevor Williams and Jonathon Galione, of Tdub Photo, recently saw how the blue light emitted from the bioluminescent shrimp made everything look so beautiful. Also called as aquatic fireflies, shrimps are just 3 mm and the photographer duo lured these shrimps using raw bacon and then positioning them on the rocks to capture the best photo. They were able to create a beautiful portfolio of photos using these tricks.

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They are planning to click more photos in the next season and you can also follow them on Instagram and Facebook to view more of their amazing clicks! Scroll down and share it as well!

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