TK delivers!

Whenever you visit the same dive area several times, some dive sites seem to consistently deliver more than others, and, correspondingly, some less than you would wish. Here in Lembeh my favorites are the Aer Bajo sites and Hairball, where many uneventful starts of dives have been turned around to glorious experiences. The different TK…

Back again

Back again! After leaving Lembeh in October I honestly thought that it would be about a year until I could visit again. I had quite a number of trips elsewhere planned and also a lot of stuff to do on my day job. After spending the rest of the fall with doing paperwork, and an…

Spot The Difference

These two Shrimpgobies are very similar, and if you aren’t paying much attention you will dismiss them as being the same. These are two of my favourite critters, and i consider them a connoisseur’s choice when people make their wishlist for Lembeh.  They are very hard to shoot until you hit Zen mode and all…

Christmas in Lembeh

Over Christmas we were lucky to have so many cool guests, and we had a great time. On Christmas Eve we went Santa-ing to our village, Mawali. As we went around the village with bags of candies, we found all the kids ran away, sometimes screaming. What we didnt know is that Santa out here…

Come See our Flourescent NADs!

My new purchase in November was some special equipment for shooting underwater fluorescence.  We have lights, visors and filter sets for you and your camera so that you can capture images of corals and some other critters, fluorescing. The science behind it is that this light is a wavelength that we cant normally see, so…

Soft Coral Munchers

As Phyllodensium Nudibranchs are uncommon, bizarre and attractive at the same time, they always make a good Blog post. Specially when they are found in numbers. Having blogged some weeks ago already about the Solar powered Nudibranch, it’s today the turn of the Kabira Phyllodensium (Phyllodensium kabiranum). As they are very well camouflaged when feeding…