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Image of a Dwarf Lionfish taken on a night dive in Alor Indonesia.This Lionfish was about 100mm & is fully grown,they are the smallest member of their family
© copyright M.Tworkowski

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ocean, sea, fish, underwater, nature, indonesia, wildlife, sealife, diving, matt, marinelife, tworkowski

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  • midzing
    midzingalmost 6 years ago

    gorgeous colours, well done Matt

  • Stephen Colquitt
    Stephen Colquittalmost 6 years ago

    Tack sharp Matt – quite stunning

  • Stephen Colquitt
    Stephen Colquittalmost 6 years ago

    PS: Its been a feast of underwater photography today!

  • It has,but you owe us one more,keep the people happy mate :-)

    – MattTworkowski

  • salsbells69
    salsbells69almost 6 years ago

    Yes great day for living vicariously through you and Stephen! Love it..keep it coming!

  • Stephen Colquitt
    Stephen Colquittalmost 6 years ago

    Im going outside to soak up some of this glorious sunshine. Tomorrow!

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Tayloralmost 6 years ago

    o i luv this little baby…
    what a deadly little sweetheart :)
    how can something so gorgeous be so dangerous !
    we kept a lion fish in our saltwater aquarium for a while – one of the most beautiful creatures :)

  • Douglas Stetner
    Douglas Stetneralmost 6 years ago

    very nice shot Matt!

  • Cheers Doug

    – MattTworkowski

  • Midori Furze
    Midori Furzealmost 6 years ago

    Unreal!!!

  • Marcus Grant IPA
    Marcus Grant IPAalmost 6 years ago

    Super detail Matt

  • Miri
    Mirialmost 6 years ago

    very cool, he’s quite different to the ones i’ve seen, such lovely patterns & colours & such a cute size!

    looks like i’m really going to have to get the night dives sorted if I go to Indonesia! Done a few but tend to suck the air down through a smallish dose of fear & get sooooo cold!

  • Would really pay off if you could overcome your fear at night as many of my pics from Indo are from night dives,usually no more than 10 meters,I dove in a 3mm wetty & got coooold,5mm or 7mm would have been much better even if the water temp is 29 c,thanks as always for commenting

    – MattTworkowski

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