The diving today was vintage Lembeh. Pygmy seahorses and a variety of nudibranchs to start the day, followed by a giant frogfish (Antennarius commerson) and lots of octopuses...among other critters of course.
I've been playing around with light a lot these first few days, trying to create images of common Lembeh subjects in an uncommon manner. As I've mentioned in previous write-ups about diving here, the most challenging part about visiting this area isn't finding interesting marine life or taking photos...it's creating unique photographs.
Along these lines, here's an attempt at making a large, yellowish giant frogfish that we came across on our second dive, at a site called TKII, look a little different.