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Underwater Photo Location: Ras Mohamed - Sharm El Sheikh

Underwater Photo Location: Ras Mohamed - Sharm El Sheikh

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In July august and september it is the best dive site in the world with over 30 meter vis
with 26 celcius in the water.
You can see it all macro and sharks, rays and dolphins, turtles and schools of baracuda and tuna.

more info here website
Facts about Ras Mohamed - Sharm El Sheikh
  • It is in Egypt
  • Ras Mohamed - Sharm El Sheikh is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboatwalldrift

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangleprocessingfilmpfriendlyphire

by Riccardo Colaiori
Glass Fishes at JackFish Alley Sharm el Sheik, Ras Mohammed Canon Digital Ixus 700 and his case Canon WP-DC70

by Riccardo Colaiori
Amazing Colors Sharm el Sheik, Ras Mohammed Canon Digital Ixus 700 and his case Canon WP-DC70

by Riccardo Colaiori
LionFish at Ras Mohammed Sharm el Sheikh Canon Digital Ixus 700 and his case Canon WP-DC70

by Riccardo Colaiori
A big Napo at Yolanda Reef - Ras Mohammed Sharm el Sheikh Canon Digital Ixus 700 and his case Canon WP-DC70

by Maria Munn
Yolanda Reef, Ras Mohammed. This image was taken with a compact camera and an Inon Fisheye Lens. I loved the effect that the lens gave the image and later converted the image into black and white.

by Marchione Giacomo
The cave- Ras Mohamed- Shar el Sheik Nikon D100 , 10,5 lens, No strobo

by Mohamed Saber
RED SEA BY; MOHAMED SABER

by Carl Wrightson
Moray under soft coral on the sand saddle between Shark and Yolanda reefs. Taken with an Olympus SP-350 and Sea&Sea YS-27 strobe.

by Sven Ter Mul
Humpback Snapper close focus

by Sven Ter Mul
Dunraven wreck

by Vladimir Levantovsky
Seeing the big picture. Super wide angle (fisheye) shot with Canon XSi and Tokina 10-17mm in ikelite housing with two DS-125 strobes.

by John Hill
Fairy Basslet's everywhere. Canon G10 plus Inon Z240

by Rico Besserdich
"Riding the train"

by Keith Savill
I had no wet lenses when I took this shot of a Barracuda "vortex" so decided to just get a close as I could to fill the frame. Canon Ixus85is.

by Rico Besserdich
Anthias & Coral

by Peter Segerdahl
After the last dive for the vacation.

by Peter Segerdahl
Sun rays in the cave

by Peter Segerdahl
Do you spot the eel?

by Marcello Di Francesco
Red Passion

by Atle Ove Martinussen
Amazing to find this hawkfish so calm resting in the corals.

by Atle Ove Martinussen
This bandcheek wrasse followed me for a long time and check me from top to toe. He looked straight into my mask. I believe he never had seen a Norwegian diver before!

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Enjoing Ras Mohamed

by Andrea Rufo
beautiful coloured fishes at the red sea (Sharm). This Moorish Idol just swam infront of my camera ....

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
show must go on

by Betül Ündar
clownfish @ Jackfish Alley Sony TX10

by Pietro Cremone
Snappers school

by Pietro Cremone
Snappers

by Walter Bassi
Anthias

by Christian Schlamann
Sunblocker - Curious Lionfish in the Red Sea.

by Joerg Trnka
Flying Batfish

by Fabio Strazzi
Butterfly portrait

by Allen Walker
The beauty of Ras Mohammed!

by Julio Sanjuan
Blue spotted stingray
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