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Photographer Phil Hart captures Noctiluca scintillans – also known as “sea sparkle,” “sea fire,” “sea ghost” and any number of other delightfully romantic-sounding names – are a species of dinoflagellate that feed on algae, plankton and bacteria.

Photographer Phil Hart captures Noctiluca scintillans – also known as “sea sparkle,” “sea fire,” “sea ghost” and any number of other delightfully romantic-sounding names – are a species of dinoflagellate that feed on algae, plankton and bacteria.

The Milky Way Over Bio-luminescent Plankton on a Beach in South Coast NSW, Australia

The Milky Way Over Bio-luminescent Plankton on a Beach in South Coast NSW, Australia

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