Home » Top 1000 Sea Pictures » Indian Rocks Beach, Florida Share this on Facebook download .zip with all pictures That’s awesome! I’ve taken plenty of long exposures and I’ve honestly never thought of doing something like this on water. It looks really amazing. Related Posts The Gulf of Mexico Fort Jefferson is a massive but unfinished coastal fortress, currently part of the Dry Tortugas National Park. It is the largest masonry structure in the Americas, and is composed of over 16 million bricks Stunning sun rise over the ocean Latest Comments ShellieFiles December 29, 2016 Thank you! Definitely try it next time you get a chance, just make sure your white balance is manually set 🙂 Mcglade666 November 6, 2016 Ain’t nothing short of a major problem going to bioluminesce that much. Ustche November 6, 2016 That level of illumination is not going to be found naturally in the sea shore. Isech April 18, 2016 Thank you so much! It was actually the first photo I took that night too. Sometimes you get lucky. swedberg January 28, 2016 I wouldn’t’ve guessed that a phone could capture anything in that lighting, much less light up part of the water… Orlye December 25, 2015 Haha! Radioactive plankton! No, I really just ran down the beach with the light from my phone illuminating the edge of the water 🙂 Comments are closed.