How to spot the sea bloom in the wild

Sea bloom, or water flow, is the process of water vapor condensing onto plants and animals, creating an algae bloom.

The water is then swept out and then back into the ocean, creating another water flow.

When the algae blooms, it forms a small bubble that bubbles up to the surface of the ocean.

The blooms typically occur in the spring and summer months, and can be very difficult to spot from land, because the water is so shallow.

However, you can look for them if you’re not careful and you can see them up close with a small camera.

Here are some tips for spotting sea bloom.