I started diving in 2017 and I started with wide angle photography. However, most of the times I get disappointed when visibility is bad. So I told myself I need to try macro instead, where visibility won't be a show stopper. At first it was a disaster as I didn't equip myself with the right gear. But with more research about budget macro photography setup, I bought a close-up lens and a wide beam torch and gave it a try. To my surprise, I managed to get some decent pictures and here's one of my fav so far. A group of pink eye goby hanging around this hard coral they call home. They are pretty small you can easily miss them. Scientific name: Bryaninops natans, size 10-20mm. Dived with @lumaselakan and thank you @f1vepetals for the behind the scene photo.