Western Clowns by MattTworkowski



Image of a pair of Western Clown Anemonefish taken at Seraya,Bali,Indonesia.I found this species to be particularly accommodating for images which isnt often the case with many of their relatives


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


  • Tania Rose
    Tania Rosealmost 5 years ago

    Love your PP of this image. Just gorgeous work, Matt :)

  • Thanks again Tania

    – MattTworkowski

  • aabzimaging
    aabzimagingalmost 5 years ago

    Excellent image Matt! The little one in the back makes this image stand out. Great light and well mastered colours and exposure.

  • Thanks mate,you still thinking about going to Alor?

    – MattTworkowski

  • Varinia   - Globalphotos
    Varinia - Gl...almost 5 years ago

    Excellent shot, love the little one at the back. Why are they called False Clowns?

  • MattTworkowski
    MattTworkowskialmost 5 years ago

    Hi V,think this maybe be a genuine Western Clown actually,there is a species without the black which they call a false clown,still an Anemonefish just a variation

  • steppeland
    steppelandalmost 5 years ago

    Aww, that´s such a beautiful shot! The little fish in the background really adds to the depth of the image and makes the pic even more interesting to look at! <3

  • the6tees
    the6teesalmost 5 years ago

    Love these Guys, Fantastic Capture Matt!!!!

  • Tenee Attoh
    Tenee Attohalmost 5 years ago

    This is so beautiful, wondering how you did this and where, so very very beautiful :))

  • debbiez315
    debbiez315over 4 years ago

    Wonderful work Matt Tworkowski !!!! Your lighting is excellent to draw in the viewer to the main subject and I love the compostional skills you showed in this piece.

  • Jess Mo
    Jess Moabout 4 years ago

    Your works are amazing! If I may ask, what kind of camera/equipment do you use?

  • Thanks for the comment, I use a Nikon D70s for my underwater pics & a Nikon D700 on land. All my lenses are Nikon, this one was shot with a 60mm macro.

    – MattTworkowski

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