Phil Hart captured this amazing long-exposure shot of the movement of stars over and bioluminescent algae in Gippsland Lakes, Australia:
The photography was highly addictive and I spent many late nights waiting for the moon to set, capturing as many images as I could, trying different lenses and exposures. I spent one memorable evening trying to photograph the luminescence in gentle waves lapping at Cooinda’s front beach. I kept bringing the camera closer to the water to get the best result. Eventually I threw caution to the wind and stuck the tripod down where the waves washed over the legs.
Link via Popular Science