Who goes to the beach in California were treated to a rare sight this week: illuminates the tides. The unique point of view is called red tide, but at least at night, the door to another world blue light in the water. identified a number of people this week and photographed the light show off the San Diego coast. The phenomenon is called by high concentrations of tiny aquatic organisms dinoflagellates causes, according to the University of California San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography. By day, these organisms turn red or brown water. But at night, after the establishment of Scripps, which organisms create bioluminescence in waves breaking on the shore. The effect seems to be running mainly in California in the sand, says Scripps, and there is no way to predict when or where they return. However, they are quite rare – it was last observed in 2013 in California, reports the Los Angeles Times. I can not see the spectacle of yourself? Check up in the video.