There are so many beautiful places that can be called rare. They are difficult to find in the backyard or across the road, but they are definitely worth it, to see with their own eyes. Especially beautiful ones that night take on a completely different from the daytime appearance. They are really hard to learn, isn't it?
Cave Waitomo, New Zealand
What you see in the second picture, a rare type of Firefly that were detected only in this region and are called Arachnocampa luminosa.
Forests in the Asian subtropics
When you go into the woods like this, you can suddenly stumble across Mycena chlorophos and to find themselves in a psychedelic film.
The forest of Tennessee in the spring
Only once a year, the whole group of fireflies glow at the same time, turning the forest into a beautiful picture.
Northern lights is well known throughout the world, despite the fact that it can be seen only in a few places.
Red glow in the photo — not just a fire, this sulfur vapor, which turns into a glow from the melting of the rock that creates the illusion of a beautiful night's sunset.
The Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia
The soil in this area in Bolivia is so flat and the horizon so little interference that the sense of depth is completely lost.
Forest Park, new York
Like the glowing mushrooms you can find in the forests of North America. The photo is one of 70 varieties that glow through the oxidation of a pigment called luciferin.
Toyama Bay, Japan
What you see on the lower photo, is a glowing squid. They are usually found in those areas of the sea where too deep in order for people to be able to see them.
Blue grotto, island of Capri, Italy
The water in the cave looks luminous thanks to the light coming from outside.