Long Term Exposure of Mating Gold Fireflies
Japanese photographer Yuki Karo goes to various places around Maniwa and Okayama Prefectures in Japan and uses long exposure to capture some stunning shots of mating gold fireflies.
Japanator Associate Editor Elliot Gay (aka RyougaSaotome) got a hold of the PLvsAA art book, and the results, are…
Well, pretty spectacular.
According to Elliot, the team considered creating ‘dark’ versions of Phoenix and Layton that would be residents of Labyrinth City, as well as having Edgeworth and Larry brought into the city as well. Also pictured is early art for Jeeken, and an unused NPC who carried a variety of masks.
Sunbeam Snake (Xenopeltis unicolor)
is a species of non-venomous snake native to parts of Southeast Asia and Indonesia. They get the name sunbeam due to its highly iridescent scales that make it look like the snake is lighting up. The sunbeam snake is highly noted for its reproductive abilities and it its known to give birth of up to 10 eggs at a time. Due to the fact that they have no venom the snake relies on constriction to kill their prey. They spend most of their time below ground and prey on small mammals and other reptiles.
THESE are amazing.
Bookmarking for future use, when we live somewhere with smooth walls!!! Ugh!
Full version of my comic Counting Stars, which I drew for a competition.