Lembeh Strait, Indonesia.

29 November – 11 December 2013

 Returning to Lembeh Russ and Barbara decided to stay and dive with Two Fish divers.

Know as the muck diving capital of the world, Lembeh is a photographers paradise. Their dive guide was highly skilled at finding all sorts of unusual critters and was a great asset under and above the water. The night dives proved to be very successful too. From the Pygmy Sea horses, the large range of octopus and frog fish, to the endless other critters, Russ and Barbara were fortunate enough to have encountered most of the critters that were on their “wish list.”

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