Light reflections dancing with the chop. Around the time of the sunrise/sunset you will notice that the sun reflects off the water and appears to form an illuminated path of sorts on the surface of the water. When light rays are reflected in multiple directions, then 'diffuse reflection' has occurred. Another interesting thing about this is that they move along with the viewer, this is due to the fact that when sunlight falls on the ocean’s surface, it’s reflected in all directions but you see the illuminated line due to the light rays that are specifically entering your eyes! You won’t see this during most parts of the day, but when it appears, it’s truly magical!
Image taken at Croyde, Devon, UK.
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