Por cuarentena, graban a delfines “luminosos” en playa de California

Por cuarentena, graban a delfines “luminosos” en playa de California

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La cuarentena debido a la pandemia de coronavirus ha provocado que la naturaleza se tome un respiro, pues muchos animales y fenómenos biológicos han aprovechado la ausencia de humanos para hacerse presentes, por ejemplo: la aparición de una medusa en los canales de Venecia y la bioluminiscencia en las playas de Acapulco.

Ahora, a estos sucesos se suma el nado de unos delfines “luminosos” en una playa de Estados Unidos.  El hecho ocurrió en Newport Beach, California durante la noche, cuando el fotógrafo Patrick Coyne y el capitán Ryan Lawler se internaron en las aguas del océano para capturar el sorprendente fenómeno natural.

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Last night was truly one of the most magical nights of my life. Capt. Ryan @lawofthelandnsea of @newportcoastaladventure invited me along to capture rare video of Dolphins swimming in bioluminescence. The first time I saw this actually filmed was a few months back while watching a Night on Earth documentary on Netflix. The second I saw that footage it became a dream of mine to one day capture something similar and that’s exactly what we did. This was by far the most challenging video I’ve shot for a number of reason. For starters the bioluminescence has sweet spots to where it shows up and then fades away so while on the water it’s impossible to just find it. Not only that but actually finding any type of animal in pitch black is just so ridiculously hard. Conditions have to be absolutely perfect for the bioluminescence to show up and to have an animal swim through it so we can film it. On top of all that just trying to nail the focus at such a wide aperture with something moving in the water was a nightmare. We were out for a few hours and on our final stretch back we finally had 2 Dolphins pop up to start the incredible glowing show. A few minutes later and we were greeted by a few more which was insane. I’m honestly still processing this all and I can’t thank @newportcoastaladventure enough for having me out because without them none of this would be possible. Be sure to check our their edit from last night as well! I hope you all enjoy this video. ——————————————————————————— Shot on a Sony a7Sii with a Rokinon 35mm Cine DS T1.5 Len. Shutter speed: 1/50 Aperture T2 ISO 80,000

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