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100,000 LED Spheres Floating Down a River in Japan



At last weekend's Tokyo Hotaru festival, 100,000 little balls with LEDs inside floated down the Sumida River. From a distance, they look like a blur on the river. Close up, they look like fireflies dancing on the surface of the water. You can view more pictures at the link.

Link -via Colossal | Photo: Tokyo-Hotaru

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Who gets to clean all of this up 100,000 plastic spheres before they get to the sea and become just one more part of the pacific gyre?
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