August has been an unusual month, as traditionally we get periods of big swells that can make entry and exiting form the shore rather difficult and visibility is often less than ideal. But this year we have experienced relatively calm conditions with only a few days of swell. But underwater visibility has been outstanding for the last two weeks of the month (30-40meters at times).
The calm conditions and clear water seem also to have attracted the underwater photographers best friend - Frogfish!!
We have been seeing Clown & Warty frogfish at most of the muck dive sites around Tulamben. Some of the tiny clown frogfish come in amazing colours. But my favorite are the Warty Frogfish (right).
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