A few fish faces for your Friday
Scorpionfish profile from Menjangan
Giant frogfish profile taken at Eel Garden in Menjangan
A 2-fer with a white spotted puffer and cleaner wrasse from Pemuteran
One of a large group of catfish under a structure in Secret Bay
Captain Slackbeard strikes again.
Another group of photo’s that have been here a little while (though not as long as Nicola’s. Cough!). Are those of Mr. Richard Rigby of the British International School in Jakarta.
I do have an excuse though. I run a dive centre and have to work (occasionally). Which tends to strain me brain and make me forgetful of things like sorting out and Photoshopping the hundreds of photos the Brethren leave with me.
Nice one this of a porcelain crab and a tiny, tiny anemone fish. If you know how big porcelain crabs are you’ll have an idea of the size of the fish.
NEMO! on the wall at Menjangan Island by the look of it.
Secret Bay catfish all in a row.
Crab in a feather star, no idea what its doing.
Ex-resident giant frogfish.
He spent a good few weeks on the stern mooring block for the Vicious Guppy before moving on.
The Caves at Menjangan Islands South side.
Anchor Wreck at Menjangan Island.
Can you spot the Anchor yet?
Well can you?
Oh, for crying out loud, get your eyes checked. Its that big thing in the middle of the picture.
Eye eye Captain.
The Sea Rovers Brethren’s ranks continue to swell with the addition of Lee, Phyllis and Gary our American affiliates.
Below are just a small taste of some of the many, many underwater photograph that Lee took during their time here.
This time I chose some of his Secret Bay photo’s as I liked them the best.
First a Self Portrait of the Photographer himself Mr Lee resplendent with his HydroOptics mask. Very dashing Mr Lee.
Nice little Gobby takes a ride on a passing starfish. Probably be faster to swim, but hey, who’s in a hurry. This is Bali after all.
Yellow frogfish striking a dramatic pose.
Often seen at Secret Bay and nicely photoed by Mr Lee. A folded nudibranch.
Amazing what you can accomplish with origami and some sea lettuce.
This Cuttlefish seems to have crash-landed in the sand, must have mucked up his landing.
Aye Eye Mr Lee!
Cool Catfish finish off this collection of interesting images from Lee. We look forward to seeing many more on your next trip out.
By the way Phyllis, the Saga of the Skolian Empire books that you left here are brilliant, hence its taken me so long to get round to going through the hundreds of photos you left to narrow down to these.