Raja Ampat is located in the West Papua area of Indonesia. Raja Ampat is known as having one of the highest Biodiversity levels in the world and is one of the dream locations to be able to dive in. High season for scuba diving is winter when high plankton levels bring in huge schools of fish and potentially Mantas. During our visit there were no Mantas, but there was plenty more to see and photograph. Poor visibility was a challenge for the wide angle shots as this can create a less than desirable backdrop. Water clarity was less than desirable, but the large schools of fish was a bonus.