I came upon the brightest green mossy algae in a friend’s pond this week.  I loved the color of it.  Upon looking closer there was so much happening – bubbles, bugs, the flowing movement of the water.  It made me relax to look at it and the rest of the little pond.  How many amazing things might I walk by each day and miss noticing.  Thank goodness this one was bright green!  What have you noticed lately that made you stop and take a closer look?  Do you ever tell others about it?

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In some areas of the Indian ocean the sea surface lights up at night. It is so bright that one can read a newspaper. This light is caused by tiny sea algae, the Dino-flagellata.  Sometimes the lightened surface has a diameter of more than 1.5 kilometers.

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