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Underwater Photo Location: Elphinstone reef red sea

Underwater Photo Location: Elphinstone reef red sea

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As good as it gets in the red sea
Facts about Elphinstone reef red sea
  • It is in Egypt
  • Elphinstone reef red sea is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboatwalldrift

Marine Life
bigsmallsharkscoral



by John Naylor
Squirrel fish nikon d200 60mm macro lens.Elphinstone reef.

by James Dawson
Whip Coral Goby at Elphinstone. Canon G9 with built-in flash

by James Dawson
Synchronisity Canon G9 with Ikelite DS51 strobe

by Dray Van Beeck
Oceanic end of the day at Elphinstone

by James Dawson
Oceanic Whitetip shark taken at Elphinstone this week. Canon G9 with Ikelite strobe - f2.8, 1/125, ISO80

by Dray Van Beeck
Oceanic in ther sunshine

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
snowcapped coral :)

by Borja Muñoz
snorkeling with dolfins

by Morgan Ashton
Sunlight on Elphinstone Reef

by Morgan Ashton
A pair of Masked Butterflyfish.

by Michel Lonfat
Diving Elphinstone... Que du Bonheur... :O)...

by Lars Nedergaard
On my first trip to Egypt and my first liveaboard I saw a lot of these and have a lot of shots where they are just s thin line in the picture. Finally I succeeded in getting close and having a suitable setting.

by Jonathan Sala
Trumpet Fish, Fish-Eye 10.5 mm

by Jonathan Sala
Lion Fish & Diver at Elphinstone Reef. Fish-Eye 10.5 mm

by Jonathan Sala
Silky Shark, Carcharinus Falciformis

by Steve Hewitt
Taken of Elphinstone South Red Sea 2011

by Wijnand Plekker
Oceanic Whitetip

by Wijnand Plekker
Oceanic with friends

by Wijnand Plekker
Frontal Oceanic

by Wijnand Plekker
German videographer with Oceanic

by Deniz Muzaffer Gökmen
Longimanus :)

by Henley Spiers
Dive dive dive!

by Henley Spiers
Friendly Wrasse

by Sigitas Sirvydas
Diving in Elphinstone reef

by Tim Steenssens
After a rather boring dive this fella came to say hello while doing safety stop. Bottlenose Dolphin!

by Tomas Edin
I like the composition of this picture. It’s harmony and I can dream back to Elphinestones widely nature.
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