Il fotografo Ryo Minemizu è riuscita a catturare delle splendide foto di plancton luminescente nelle acque notturno al largo di Osezaki, nella Prefettura di Nagasaki.
Queste immagini fanno parte della serie Phenomenons, incentrata sulla vita microscopica degli oceani.
Why are the shapes and colors of plankton as tiny as a few millimeters so awe-inspiring? It's because the life is in its perfect status – drifting to the flow of the water in the natural environment. I typically spend about 8 hours a day – night and day – underwater, drifting and pressing the shutter button of my camera all the time. My basic shooting method, especially during the night, is to shoot with a fast shutter speed controlling the Depth of Field at fractions of millimeters, always paying attention to the movement of the water around the tiny shooting objects.