This article was published a while ago, but I stumbled across it again just this evening.
I thought it worth sharing as it combines two particular interests of mine: photography and marine biology.
Any of you who have tried scuba diving (or sailing or similar) may have experienced bioluminescence – the astonishing light emitted by plankton and other sea creatures under certain conditions at night.
Photographer Jerry Dodrill captured some amazing images of the setting moon, sea stacks and bioluminescence on the California coast last year.
You can read more over at Visionary Wild