Cannibal Rock in Horseshoe Bay is so densely packed with life that I will never pass up any opportunities to visit it again and again. Its location lends itself to upwellings of cold, nutrient-rich water from the Indian Ocean to the south, resulting in a proliferation of corals and reef life almost
unparalleled anywhere else on the planet.
Horseshoe Bay, off Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Nikon D3X, Nikkor 17–35mm, 1/100, f8, ISO 400, Subal ND3 housing, two Inon Z-240 strobesby Jeff Yonover, Oregon, United States of America