This shared images of sparkling shoreline is not part of an enchanted Disney or Pixar succession and it’s really a splendidly characteristic event. These sparkling dabs of light, caught on a shoreline in the Maldives by Taiwanese picture taker William Ho, are brought about by minute living beings called bioluminescent phytoplankton, or Lingulodinium polyedrum for the logically disposed.
These tiny fish are a piece of a red tide, which is the point at which the number of inhabitants in phytoplankton likes these blasts in a specific area, shading the water a dull orange-red. A portion of the life forms that structure red tides are specifically harmful to marine natural life and people. via Flickr | (via: thisiscolossal) | via boredpandac