This Week in Lembeh…. We get close up! One thing we here at Lembeh are known for is being a Macro Photographers wet dream (pun intended). Very similar to this Napoleon snake eel, many of the critters here allow you to get close up and personal. Many of these critters going about their business on the sand, making appearances while buried in the sand or just saying a quick hello. Its possible to accommodate everyone from simple point and shoot cameras to 4k Cameras and beyond.
Return guests Ann, Leslie, and Beryl came back smiling every dive seeing things like: Zebra bat fish, Blue ringed octopus, Mimic octopus, and especially enjoyed photographing the many Nudibranches here in our waters. Linda is shocked to see how many things she never knew even existed.
Honeymooners David and Corrina have already spotted: Flamboyant cuttlefish, Wonderpus, Ambon scorpionfish, Pegasus sea moths, and loads of frogfish. They have been only here 2 days. Night dives have been going out every single night with bobbit worms, stargazers, bobtailed squid, and many octopus being see.