5D iv canon , 100 -400 is ii
In the summer months my local area in Somerset is surrounded by glow worms. I love glow worms as they are so different to any other insect. I’ve seen them for many years but never thought about trying to capture one. So I set myself a challenge. On this night it was a super moon so it was bigger than usual. This helped as the moon was big in the frame as glow worms are quite small. I spent about two hours walking up and down a local lane. Hoping to find one not hidden. I got lucky and I was over the moon with the outcome.
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