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Bearded fireworm fluorescing under blacklight.
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Blenny crawling through the seagrass

Macro motion blur of a long striped blenny fish sitting on a ledge full of seagrass. Nikon D90  105mm  ISO 100  f/22  1/8s. Ikelite housing and dual DS51 strobes.
By Arnau Argemi
posted Yesterday
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posted (2 days ago)

Underwater Photo Location: middle garden

Underwater Photo Location: middle garden

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nice local dive site sometimes with mild current. Nice coral and you can be surprized with bigger sealife (manta, eagle ray, trevally, milkfish,...)
Facts about middle garden
  • It is in Egypt
  • middle garden is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-50 Metres 0-160 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types

Marine Life

Diving facilities

Photo facilities

by Stephan Kerkhofs
red sea mimic blenny (escenius frontalis) taken at middle garden.

by Vidar Aas
A puffer fish

by Alexander Nikolaev
Who for a lunch today?

by Gareth Millson
Two of four Whale Sharks cruising a Baitball. Shot just off Middle Garden, Sharm El Sheikh - Who said 'local' dive sites were boring!

by Gareth Millson
Following a young Whale Shark (very close!) into a sardine baitball. Canon 10-22mm, twin DS-125 strobes. The best dive I've ever had!

by Gareth Millson
Whale Shark and Remoras, Canon 20D with 10-22mm w/a, twin strobes on long arms.

by Rico Besserdich
Hey, wassup ? Huge baracuda.....Na'ama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

by Cinzia Bismarck
Blue eye Durban dancing shimp Rhynchocinetes durbanensis
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