Day trip towards the island of Bangga

Today we went on a day trip ‚around the corner‘. So out of Lembeh Strait. And found some more interesting stuff. For the first time I used my macro-lense with the new camera and initially it was a nightmare. After the first dive I told Paulus that I had problems with it and then he helped me. On the third dive we had a 10 minute photo-session with a pink hairy shrimp and a green shrimp. I AM happy with two of the pink hairy-pics but not so happy with the green one. He kept moving around so that was not so much fun. 🙂

Not sure what that is. The remind me of ‚Ottifanten‘. First time I have seen them but they look kind of cute.

 

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Some more of them…

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Little crab in a coral

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Not sure if the pink stuff is another parasite or if these are eggs.

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That one was eating (not sure what though)

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And a dark red frogfish

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASome corals at Paradies Pier (but lots of sand flying around)

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Nudibranch

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First try with a red hairy shrimp

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Two harlekin ghostpipe-fish

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And my pink hairy shrimp

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In the back ou can see part of Paulus‘ hand. That might give you an impression on how small that shrimp was (which is why I didn’t get it totally in focus). And my friends the ‚Ottifanten‘ again.

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Hundreds of the silvery-blue fish at the end of the third dive… that was really beautiful

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3 Kommentare zu Day trip towards the island of Bangga

  1. Pim sagt:

    Those first 2 images are Lady Bugs. I bet you saw them at a dive site called Batu Punteng, in between Lembeh and Bangka.

  2. andiline sagt:

    No, Pim, it was Sahaung. 🙂 If your guests ask for them you know now that there are ladybugs at Sahaung too. 😉 Thanks for letting me know what they are though!

    Andrea

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