Underwater Creatures Photographed While Diving In Indonesia

I’m an underwater photographer born in Venezuela and photography is my greatest passion.

I have had the chance to dive in wonderful and different places, such as Galapagos, Bahamas, Yucatan Peninsula, Coiba, Bonaire, the Canary Islands and most recently – Indonesia. In the latter I visited the amazing underwater world.

For me, Lembeh Strait (Indonesia) is the best place for underwater macro photography in the whole world. The diversity of tiny species from nudibranchs and frog fishes to the most venomous octopus in the world just makes every diving spot there magical.

While “muck diving” in Indonesia, I saw many weird creatures using camouflage as their weapon to survive.

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