This reminds me of the time me and my dad going to the rock islands and go fishing at night during a full moon (that's when the schools come in). It's a beautiful capture. It's a beautiful illustration. I'm so happy that I put you on my watch
There aren't any night shots of the rock islands of my country. Which really sucks, cuz at night.. it's a whole other world. Especially when there's a full moon at night, the tide is low and the sand dollars are all beached on sand bunks. All you can see is what the moon illuminates. You reach the shallow waters, and it's very cool. The white sand on my feet. Then when me and my dad go back home, we would take the boat, and take the long way, just to witness the view (plus.. it was low tide.. we can't use the regular way since the tide was low).
Then on our way back, once we reached the outer reef, that's when the magic happens. Little tiny glowing florescent plankton would spark up from the splash from our boat. Sometimes when I lean over to see the dark sea, I would see the florescent lights sparkling from underneath the boat. They were shaped as giant fishes. I think they were dolphins, but they would never show themselves