Photographers Trevor Williams and Jonathan Galione captured photos of bioluminscent plankton that covers the coast of Okayama in Japan.
The images feature water and rock formations that are glowing with blue dots and what looks like streams, giving the objects the appearance of crying. The unusual phenomenon is caused by the bioluminscent plankton that populates the area, making it a favored spot for photographers both amateur and professional. The images evoke a sense of wonder and it is difficult to imagine that they are not manipulated surrealist artwork, but instead an actual phenomenon that occurs.
The photographers managed to perfectly capture the beauty of these unusual glowing creatures in a way that would inspire others to visit the area.
Bioluminscent Plankton Photography
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