30.09.11 by Jeff

Katrien Vermeire

“Godspeed”, photos of fireflies by Katrien Vermeire.

Photographer Katrien Vermeire fireflies godspeed photography

Photographer Katrien Vermeire fireflies godspeed photography

Photographer Katrien Vermeire fireflies godspeed photography

Photographer Katrien Vermeire fireflies godspeed photography

Photographer Katrien Vermeire fireflies godspeed photography

Photographer Katrien Vermeire fireflies godspeed photography













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Phil

    lovely.

  • wow!…amazing!

  • ETHEREAL!! I would like to be riding through those woods on my pet unicorn.

  • owl city did this

  • wowowowowww

  • Beonka K

    i love this, it makes me feel real.

  • wau….fairies….beautiful…forest magic

  • This is just beautiful. One of the best photos I’ve seen here!

  • There’s even more on her website. Even though I’ve seen this before, thanks for posting this, Jeff!

  • nva

    fantastic…

  • Pandora of Avatar
    fantastic!

  • That is just crazy beautiful. Never actually seen fireflies.

  • Paley

    where is this?

  • Dylan

    Is this a composite or were there actually that many fireflies in a cloud?

  • Kyle

    Yea it’s nice!

  • Yagiz

    Nice.

  • lapetitefaon

    what whaaaaat, these are beyond, I want to go THERE

  • fr.

    i saw them in the last foam issue and loved them…

    lazerpointer action would be my guess.

  • most excellent

  • Great photos! Very surreal and beautiful. Thanks for posting.

  • incredible…

  • I love a slow shutter speed for this very reason. Natural lights. Awesome!





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