Lembeh Straights - Indonesia - A macro photographers paradise - Finale

Lembeh Straights - Indonesia - A macro photographers paradise - Finale

The last couple of days came far too quickly which was an awful shame but I had had a brilliant time! I had seen some incredible species during this trip but one that was really quite peculiar was the Bobbit Worm (Eunice aphroditois) it hides under sand and when a fish passes over its whisker like structures it launches up and pierces the body of its prey dragging it down under the sea floor to be devoured. Its body can be over a meter long and its truly a prehistoric looking beast.

Lembeh Straights - Indonesia - A macro photographers paradise - Pt1

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Lembeh Straights - Indonesia - A macro photographers paradise - Pt1

Lembeh Straights is a mecca for macro photographers. Buried in the centre of the area of biodiversity that is Indonesia, it offers an amazing array of underwater life. From a incredible array of nudibranchs in all shapes and sizes to frogfish, and from pygmy seahorses to shrimps of all types, there is something for everyone with a camera or a magnifying glass.

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"Deep" Down Under Swanage Pier

"Deep" Down Under Swanage Pier

It's the first of the month and a great day for diving under Swanage Pier to look for all the small things that can be found.