Posted on October 29, 2018October 29, 2018Lembeh Photography Workshop 2018 Sometimes the sand at the dive sites is so black it is easy to get strong contrasting images such as this hunting volute. Coconut octopus (Amphioctopus marginatus), are fascinating to watch, scurrying along the sea floor with what ever it has found as a little home. Frogfish are members of the anglerfish family (Antennariidae). We saw some tiny species, all the way to two beautiful giant frog fish! A white spotted hermit crab (Dardanus megistos) searching the dark sands of Lembeh for its next tasty snack! These crabs were fascinating to watch. Towards the end of the trip, I had started to slow down. So when I found this Flamboyant Cuttlefish, I sorted my buoyancy and hung with him for about 10 minutes. He didn’t care one bit about me videoing and photographing him while he fed. Nembrotha cristata feeding on colonial ascidians. This beauty looks amazing! The variety of Nudibranchs at Lembeh is just mind blowing. Our last day of the trip, we were taken to an absolutely incredible divesite, Angels Window. After being aggressively attacked by plenty of terrritorial clown fish, these little ones were surprisingly genteel.