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Underwater Photo Location: Angel's Window, Lembeh

Underwater Photo Location: Angel's Window, Lembeh

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lovely site but not everything everyone makes it out to be
Facts about Angel's Window, Lembeh
  • It is in Indonesia
  • Angel's Window, Lembeh is in the Molucca Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
walldrift

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
nitrox

Photo facilities
macro

by Twila M
Canon Ixus 980 w/macro lens Eating Lembeh Strait

by John Roach
Symbiotic, I don't know, but the color match is flawless. Totally amazing. Seamless perfection. Beautiful!

by Marteyne Van Well
Peaceful coexistence? A Whip Coral Goby with a Xeno Crab

by Dragos Dumitrescu
Hypnotic. Pygmy seahorse looking straight into the camera. Canon 6D, 1/160,F18, Iso125

by Yuping Chen
Hairy Shrimp(with eggs)/Lembeh strait,Indonesia, Canon 5D MarkIV, 100mm Lens,ATG+10+NauticamSmc,Sea&Sea housing,Inon Z240*2, F14,1/160,ISO200

by Marchione Giacomo
Porcelain crab. Lembeh stgrait. Nikon D800E ,105 macro with snoot and double exposure
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