Every day we pass through the rivers, streams and lakes, and sometimes swimming in it. But we rarely noticed the hydrophily life-form that is swimming with us, which abounds in our planet’s fresh water. The works of photographer Daniel Stoupin show us some amazing photos of hydrophily life-form. As they are all alive, Daniel Stoupin thinks it may be the most difficult thing in taking pictures of these little guys.
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