Charlie MacCarthy Captures the Flight Patterns of Bugs

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: Jul 31, 2009   Updated: Aug 18 2011 • References: vimeo & loudreams
Charlie McCarthy has created the most unusual forms of art. The Michigan-based filmmaker captured the flight patterns of insects that were simply flying around a street lamp.

It is amazing to see the way bugs travel, especially in this artistic way. After shooting 156 photographs, Charlie McCarthy put together a short clip of all the shots.

Check out the gallery, or the video above for the full effect of tracking the flight patterns of insects.

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