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Underwater Photo Location: Shark Reef

Underwater Photo Location: Shark Reef

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Facts about Shark Reef
  • It is in Egypt
  • Shark Reef is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Sergiy Glushchenko

by Gareth Millson
What can I say? He just wanted to be photographed!!

by Jiri Jarkovsky
Jolande reef

by Cigdem Cooper
School of Batfish. Taken in Shark Reef in Sharm El Sheikh.

by Cigdem Cooper
School of Twinspotted Snapper at Shark Reef.

by Cigdem Cooper
Blacktip grouper

by Sven Ter Mul
eating sea turtle

by Riccardo Colaiori
Lutjanus bohar at Shark Reef - Canon Powershot G10 + Canon Housing WP-DC28 (no additional Strobe)

by Riccardo Colaiori

by Julian Cohen
Photographing the Boha Snapper at Shark Yoland Reef

by Sean Cooper

by Sean Cooper
Taken with a Fuji F50fd with a Epoque strobe

by Carlo Alberto Mari
Potato Grouper

by Carlo Alberto Mari
Blue spot Grouper

by Keith Savill
Schooling Snappers - Red Sea. Canon Ixus 85is. MWB.

by Gary Young
Oceanic white tip taken at Shark & Yolander 14/12/10 believed to be the shark guilty of the attacks in the area. taken with with Fuji f200 EXR @ about 10 meters deep on Shark Reef

by Cigdem Cooper
gold-dotted flatworm

by Keith Savill
Makes for a great safety stop when you come across two of these Twin Chromodoris together. Canon Ixus 85 with macro lens.

by Keith Savill
Rock climbing Nudibranch

by Alex Tattersall
Giant Moray on Shark Reef, Nauticam NA-D7000, 10-17mm Tokina and 1.4x teleconverter. Zen 100mm minidome.

by Pietro Cremone

by Pietro Formis
Redsnappers Explosion

by Leena Roy
Snappers shoal

by Rob White
Taken at Shark Reef, Ras Mohammed, Egypt in June this year. I thought the bat-fish looked as though they were waiting patiently to each have their photograph taken by the diver, Alex Tattersall. I thought black and white enhanced the composition.

by John Parker
Soft Corals and Anthias at Shark Reef Ras Mohammed
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