Swimming should provide a healthy atmosphere for our sport. But, not necessarily the case if you are swimming in the pool this mysterious. Your skin can be instantly turned into a neon blue after swimming in the lake.
“It felt like we were playing with radioactive paint,”said Phil Hart strange phenomenon that captures images as his friends emerged from a lake in one night.
What makes the water in the lake was lit in the dark? Yes, light-colored water in the dark when it does not present itself. He was created by a chemical reaction called bioluminescence (bioluminescence), which appears when the concentration of micro-organisms in the water naturally disturbed.
Phil, 34, put his camera with three-foot buffer with slow shutter speeds. Then, he then threw sand and stones so the camera can capture images blue water spots as much as possible.
These pictures look so amazing. The color change when the concentration of micro-organisms in the water noctiluca Scintillans not normal, much higher than normal. Phil and his friends take pictures of it in the Gippsland Lakes, Victoria, Australia.
“Being there and seeing such a spectacular bioluminescence is extremely rare opportunity,” said Phil. “I am here as a program director at an organization that routinely camped in the vicinity of the agenda of the Gippsland Lakes since 50 years ago. And nobody ever could see this bright bioluminescence.”
As mentioned, this phenomenon is due to the high concentration of micro-organisms is high. It is believed as a result of a combination of forest fires and flooding around the lake, which is indirectly increase levels of nutrients in the water that can turn on the organism.
“This will not happen again in my life,” said Phil. “I feel lucky to have seen it and managed to record the image with my camera.”
“bright blue color not only look with my eyes only, but also with my camera. When taking pictures the first time, I almost could not believe seeing people in the water looked strange,”added the man from Melbourne that.