Hairy squat lobster from Napoleon Reef

Hairy squat lobster–love the purple polka-dots

For my second day with the new camera, I switched to the 60mm macro lens and went with expert-critter-finder Wayan to the local reefs here in Pemuteran Bay. We dove at Napoleon Reef and Close Encounters, and I couldn’t stop smiling as the 180 degree viewfinder attachment let me finally see those tiny things the divemasters are always pointing at. The new camera focuses so much faster than my old one–I was truly in awe with every shot. I can’t wait to get back into the water and play some more–especially with the Subsea +10 adapter that I can easily flip into place when a subject will let me get close enough. I’ll show you the difference with and without this magnification adapter next time.

Anemone shrimp Napoleon Reef

This shrimp was posing so nicely on the anemone tips


Mantis shrimp peeking out from his hole

The eyes of the mantis shrimp are some of the most complex in the animal kingdom


Lizardfish posing on a rock

This lizardfish let me get quite close


Mushroom coral ghost shrimp in an anemone

Never saw this before the 180 degree viewfinder



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