"The colour of the water on Wednesday night was the beautiful turquoise that I captured the last time, although later on, light punching through the denser cloud cover actually rendered the bio a bluer colour. "This shot is straight out of the camera, without any alteration - not even straightening.
"I was chuffed to notice the nice starburst effect my camera captured on the house on the right."
She said while bioluminescence is not a rare occurrence, a lot of factors need to be in play at the same time like the tide, no moon, no light to make it happen.
"And you have to be willing to put in the time," she said.
"We were photographing around midnight and into the early morning.
"Luckily, I live five minutes away from where this photo was taken and wasn't afraid to get up at all hours to get the shot I wanted.
"You need to get out of your comfort zone wherever and whenever these beautiful subjects happen and have the determination to grab the moment."