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I spent a couple nights on Shi Shi Beach in Olympic National Park, WA photographing bioluminescence, one of nature’s strangest phenomena. Tiny organisms called dinoflagellates emit light when disturbed by waves. The water was too cold to contemplate getting in at this time of year, but swimming through bioluminescence with a swim mask is like swimming through an underwater fireworks display. There had been no thunderstorms in the forecast, so when I saw flashes in the clouds I was initially baffled as to the source. But once the storm cell rolled into view off shore, I reset my tripod and managed to catch one nice bolt.