by Phil Sokol
We were exploring the far side of Horseshoe Bay, Komodo, Indonesia across from the island of Rinca. In a small, protected cove, we followed the wall down to the sandy slope and strated to go deeper. In the middle of the sand, atop a small rock as if posing was the most magnificent nudibranch I had ever seen! I was able to position myself further down the slope and get below him and he maintained his pose, allowing me to get a couple shots before he began to move off his perch.
Canon 7D, Canon 100mm lens
F14, 1/250, ISO 160, 2 x Inon Z240 strobes