During a quiet night in rural Japan, photographer Tsuneaki Hiramatsu discovered a field and a forest aglow in a strange green light. Upon closer inspection, Hiramatsu saw thousands of fireflies illuminating the brush and the trees beyond. Fortunately for us, Hiramatsu had his Nikon handy, and captured a series of stills that expose the fireflies in all their natural glory. This collection of slow shutter and multi-exposure composites shows the tiny Lampyridae (also known as lighting bug or firefly) as it dances throughout the countryside. Truly magical work, Mr. Hiramatsu.