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Underwater Photo Location: nama bay sharm el sheikh

Underwater Photo Location: nama bay sharm el sheikh

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nice bay for night dive or check dive
Facts about nama bay sharm el sheikh
  • It is in Egypt
  • nama bay sharm el sheikh is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
shore

Marine Life
bigsmallcoral

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Sven Ter Mul
big grouper

by Rico Besserdich
"TriColour" - token while freediving at Naama Bay / Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. Canon 40D, Ike housing, 6" dome & Sigma 10-20mm lens. No strobe.

by Rico Besserdich
2 egyptians are feeding fish at Na'ama bay in Sharm el Sheikh. The "solid" guy became afraid of the fishes later and escaped. CANOn 40D with Sigma 10-20mm, natural light only, no strobe. Took this pic while freediving ;-)

by Rico Besserdich
A red-sea bannerfish is checking himself in the mirror ( which was my dome port )

by Rico Besserdich
Just orange ;-)

by Rico Besserdich
Alice in wonderland ;-)

by Rico Besserdich
"Checkin' da hood" :-))

by Rico Besserdich
"Men at work" - Blue spotted stingray searching for food ;-)

by Rico Besserdich
"Hands Up !" Masked Pufferfish, Sharm El Sheikh - Egypt

by Neil Jones
Below the Jetty @ Sharm El Sheik - Fuji F30 No Strobe. This is my first upload...

by Luca Bolognesi
Lion Fish

by Cinzia Bismarck
Tutankhamon is still alive and he's diving in the Red Sea! ;) Egyptian Statue at Naama Bay - B/W Natural Light no Strobes
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