Lembeh Diving Photography

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Explore North Sulawesi: go Lembeh Diving!


An underwater wonderland Lembeh diving is second to none for critter enthusiasts. After taking three dives a day for a week we accumulated a huge list of creatures that we had never seen before and found critters we didn’t think existed. This gallery represents our finest Lembeh diving photos, for a full account of the animals we found during our week on Lembeh Island check our stuck in the muck post.

This was our first attempt at underwater macro photography and we were highly impressed by the results (even if we say so ourselves). Prue and I, however are always looking to improve so we would love any feedback from professional or amateur photographers.


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Coconut Octopus


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Hairy frogfish


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Mimic Octopus


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Flamboyant Cuttlefish


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Mourning Cuttlefish


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Banggai Cardinal Fish


Scuba Dive The World - Wunderpus - Lembeh, Indonesia


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The Eye of a Crocodile Fish




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Prue Sinclair is a twenty-six year old Aussie who for the past five years has been exploring the furthermost reaches of Asia. Living anywhere but her homeland, she now resides somewhere in the Americas where she writes about her adventures. Her travel ideals are simple: Plans are not made, visa are not obtained and routes are not sketched out, but wherever she ends up you can be sure she’ll be writing about it.


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Hi we're Prue and Becks, travel writers and photographers who have been travelling the world together since 2012. Without taking ourselves too seriously, we divulge the lesser known, out of the way places and give you the tools to replicate it. Want to know more? Click on our pic.
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