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Coral lobsters - interstingly enough, you'll notice one's a leftie and the other's a rightie! I wonder why?
The crab: Siladen 2006. Nikon D100 , 105 macro, two strobo

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Super sharp Marchione
Ceratosoma trilobatum - Thanks Brian!
Blue ring:Nikon D100 , 60 macro, two strobo. Siladen Island . August 2006
Crocodile head - smiler. Canon 300d
Banded sea serpent. Took a lot of effort to get round to the front of this snake and wait! Balsted thing kept changing its mind and direction. Patience definitely a plus when shooting snakes!
Morays - The one in the bottom right looks so dumb by comaprison to his fierce mate!
I'm so pretty! One-eyed flatwish, I wonder how the it lost the other one. Of course it could have been a very long wink!!
Beautypuss. This is the equivalent of the octopus sitting on its front porch. The bottle was its home. We waited but it wouldn't go back in although it came teasingly close
this taken from lembeh strait,
Praying xeno - cannon 300d. I think this one is saying - "please let this be the last photo today!"
Burrfish with eye sparkle.
D2x 60mm

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A super portrait. Dig those alien eyes!
Giant Mantis eyes. Canon 300D. This mantis was clearing its burrow of coral rubble. My word it was huge!!

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Watch out, these guys eat cameras for breakfast!
coral crab. Lot of patience
Jewell. Nikon F90x , velvia 50. 60 macro, Two ttl strobo. Take in Walea Middle Sulawesi
Emperor shrimp - Canon 300D. There were two running around the cucumber but couldn't both of them in frame at the same time so decided to focus on the one
You can’t see me!!!C5050 Lembeh
Lovers:Nikon 90X, macro 105 lens, two ttl strobo, Velvia 50
I’m a poor little puffer fish!!! C5050 Lembeh
Commensal shrimp - canon 300D. Another colour I've never seen before
Squid: Nikon D100 , 60 macro , two manual strobo. Take in Lankayan
Soft pillow : Nikon F90X , !05 macro , Two TTL strobo . Take Lembhe street
While waiting for mandarin fish to come out I saw these pipefishes lining up on some piece of metal junk.
Just started learning colour - Canon 300D. This little fella must have been a coule of days old as this was the best colour display it was able to achieve
Crinoid shrimp. Canon 350, 50 mm macro and 2 x Woody. I always find it aazing how these shrimp take on the colours of the crinoids they live in
Juvenile Sweetlips. Always in constant motion, looks like a flying butterfly before you get closer.
The smaller: Nikon F90x , Macro 105, velvia 50, Two Strobo: Tane in Walea 2003
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