He can control how he glows (e.g. he went almost all dark when he almost ate Maui)
And i think that’s super awesome because that means he was really trying to impress maui/moana with his bioluminescence
Bioluminescence Under A Starry Sky One of the things I love about astrophotography is you never know exactly what you may capture on any given night. You may be lucky enough to get a meteor streaking across frame, or even a sky full of intense air glow.
And last night was just one of those unexpected nights which I would rate right up there as one of my best nights of astrophotography to date. The unexpected thing about this night, was not in the night sky, but rather in the ocean in the form of glowing bioluminescence. Every time the waves broke, bioluminescent phytoplankton was stirred up making the wave glow brightly even to the naked eye. This was certainly something I wasn’t expecting, and it looked amazing under the starry night sky!
This image is a single exposure shot on a Canon 6d in Byron Bay, Australia.