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Underwater Photo Location: Tulumben, Bali

Underwater Photo Location: Tulumben, Bali

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Pygmy Seahorse
Facts about Tulumben, Bali
  • It is in Indonesia
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.



Photo facilities
macro

by Steve Wright
pygmy seahorse

by Doug Anderson
Sweetlips, Tulamben

by Alex Varani
alone...on star

by Doug Anderson
Spotted Moray, Tulamben

by Alex Varani
Periclemenes brevicarpalis

by Doug Anderson
Ribbon Eel, Tulamben

by Tom Radio
Great Barracuda Victory Wreck, Bali, Indonesia

by Alex Varani
Periclemenes imperator on pillow seastar

by Doug Anderson
Urchin Clingfish, Tulamben

by Alex Varani
Eviota on Dendronephthya

by Alex Varani
Bat-fish cleaning in black and white

by Alex Varani
Parupeneus sp. -portrait -

by Doug Anderson
Midnight Snapper. Tulamben, Bali

by Tony Cherbas
The Long Arm of the Claw

by Doug Anderson
Whip gobies, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Warty Anglerfish, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Ornate Ghost Pipefish, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Cleaner shrimp

by Doug Anderson
Lizardfish, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Hinge-back shrimp, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Ribbon Eel, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Lizardfish pair, Tulamben

by Doug Anderson
Goby on soft coral, Tulamben.

by Doug Anderson
The Goby-tween. Tulamben, Bali

by Paolo Isgro
arlequin shrimps in ther natural enviroment

by Paolo Isgro
robust ghost pipe fish

by Paolo Isgro
cleaning station

by Dray Van Beeck
10 mm small frogfish with +2 convertor lens, 60mm macro lens +10 wet diopter. Uncropped.

by Maurizio Pasi
Pigmy Seahorse Olympus E-Pl2, Panasonic Leica 45mm macro, INON S2000.

by Maurizio Pasi
Olympus E-PL2, Panasonic Leica 45mm macro, INON S2000.

by Maurizio Pasi
Harlequin Shrimp Olympus E-PL2, Panasonic Leica 45mm macro, INON S2000. ISO 200, 1/180, f22.

by Maurizio Pasi
Olympus E-PL2, Panasonic Leica 45mm macro, INON S2000. ISO 200, 1/125, f20.

by Allen Lee
Ribbon Eel.Nikon D80,105mmVR.

by Allen Lee
Xeno Crab.Nikon D80,105mmVR.

by Doug Anderson
Cleaner shrimp. Tulamben, Bali

by Luke Gordon
Hiding in a sea pen....

by Afflitti Gianluca
cleaning 1

by Afflitti Gianluca
cleaning night 1

by Afflitti Gianluca
boxer crab

by Afflitti Gianluca
cleaning 5

by Kip Nead
There is something about the eyes of peacock mantis shrimp that I just find facinating

by Kip Nead
These boxing crabs move around so fast, it took quite a few tries over a number of days to get this shot.

by Kip Nead
For those of you who have tried to shoot clownfish, you'll appreciate how many shots and trips it's taken me to finally get the shot I always wanted.

by Kip Nead
Rhinopias frondosa or weedy scorpianfish

by Kip Nead
Rhinopias frondosa or weedy scorpionfish

by Volker Lonz
Grouper with cleaning shrimp

by Satria Wijaya
shaun the sheep in action

by Ari Karyadi
3 Squat Shrimps. Taken at Tulamben Area - Bali, using G16,Fantasea housing with YS D-1.

by Alessandro Cere
One doto, two doto... Donut dotos (Doto Greenamyeri) having a party on an hydroid. Probably :) Canon 7D with EF 100mm F2.8 Macro in Hugyfot housing Subsee +10 ISO 100, f/22, 1/200s 2 x Inon Z240

by Tracey Harris
A Nudi who reminded me of Christmas:)

by Hon Ping
Peacock Mantis Shrimp with Eggs

by Lilian Koh
N E O N Thorny Seahorse (Hippocampus histrix)

by Julian Hsu
Spiny Tiger Shrimp (Phyllognathia ceratophthalma) @Tulamben

by Julian Hsu
Parents @Tulamben

by Jiayun Chen
Ladybyg

by Hani Omar
Always impressed with the way marine creatures can camouflage themselves C A M O U F L A G E Date Taken: 22-08-2018 Location: Tulamben - Bali

by Hani Omar
This was the first time I capture the Mantis shrimp on camera, was excited and a bit worried because of all the stories I heard about its punch that can break my port's glass.

by Hani Omar
I have seen the Ghost pip fish before but the ones I have seen in Bali come with different colors, very bright and not as shy as the ones in Maldives for example.

by Hani Omar
I am not sure which nudibranch it is but I guess its from the Costasiella kuroshimae family

by Hani Omar
Usually the squat shrimp is not easy to photograph because it keeps bouncing as if it is squatting. This one was cooperating :)

by Hani Omar
M.A.T.R.I.X: Lately I find photographing Ladybugs very addictive.
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