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Giant Manta at Sha'ab Rumi outside Port Sudan. The diving depth was 32 meters, so this is close to the absolute limit for natural light photography. Camera: Canon Powershot A70 in original housing. The
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Monday, March 21, 2005
9 votes

Lemon Fish guarding its nest at Saganeb, outside Port Sudan. Natural light with manual setting of white balance on diveslate. September 2003. Camera: Canon Powershot A70 with original UW house.
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Sunday, March 20, 2005
6 votes

Table Coral at Saganeb South, Port Sudan. 30 feet depth, natural light only. The size of the red grouper in the upper right corner gives an indication on the siize of the coral. Canon Powerhot A70.
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Thursday, March 24, 2005
6 votes

The wreck of Umbria lies in 0-90 feet of water, just outside the harbour in Port Sudan. The ship is leaned against the reef at a 45 degree angle. It was sunk by its own crew in 1940 to prevent its cargo of war materials to fall into allied hands.
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Monday, March 28, 2005
6 votes

Coral head on southeast slope on Sanganeb, outside Port Sudan. Natural light only, Powershot A70. Manual adjustment of white balance. The wall slopes steeply to 40 meters - then to 650 meters.
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Friday, April 15, 2005
3 votes

A ray of sun shines down a hole in the coral reef top, illuminating the coral growth beneath. Wingate reef, right outside the harbour of Port Sudan. Powershot A70 with manual adjustment of white balance.
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Saturday, April 16, 2005
2 votes

These little, green creatures hid well inside the coral whenever I approached. By hovering motionless over the corals, I was able to lure them out and managed to get a few pictures before they retreated into hiding.
By Stein A. Mollerhaug
posted Sunday, April 17, 2005
1 votes

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These little, green creatures hid well inside the coral w... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
These little, green creatures hid well inside the coral whenever I approached. By hovering motionless over the corals, I was able to lure them out and managed to get a few pictures before they retreated into hiding.
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date posted posted: Sunday, April 17, 2005
date posted category: Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)
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A ray of sun shines down a hole in the coral reef top, il... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
A ray of sun shines down a hole in the coral reef top, illuminating the coral growth beneath. Wingate reef, right outside the harbour of Port Sudan. Powershot A70 with manual adjustment of white balance.
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date posted posted: Saturday, April 16, 2005
date posted category: Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)
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Coral head on southeast slope on Sanganeb, outside Port S... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
Coral head on southeast slope on Sanganeb, outside Port Sudan. Natural light only, Powershot A70. Manual adjustment of white balance. The wall slopes steeply to 40 meters - then to 650 meters.
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date posted posted: Friday, April 15, 2005
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The wreck of Umbria lies in 0-90 feet of water, just outs... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
The wreck of Umbria lies in 0-90 feet of water, just outside the harbour in Port Sudan. The ship is leaned against the reef at a 45 degree angle. It was sunk by its own crew in 1940 to prevent its cargo of war materials to fall into allied hands.
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date posted posted: Monday, March 28, 2005
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
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Table Coral at Saganeb South, Port Sudan. 30 feet depth, ... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
Table Coral at Saganeb South, Port Sudan. 30 feet depth, natural light only. The size of the red grouper in the upper right corner gives an indication on the siize of the coral. Canon Powerhot A70.
6 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, March 24, 2005
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Giant Manta at Sha'ab Rumi outside Port Sudan. The diving... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
Giant Manta at Sha'ab Rumi outside Port Sudan. The diving depth was 32 meters, so this is close to the absolute limit for natural light photography. Camera: Canon Powershot A70 in original housing. The "wingspan" of the manta was about 12 feet.
9 Votes
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date posted posted: Monday, March 21, 2005
date posted category: Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)
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Lemon Fish guarding its nest at Saganeb, outside Port Sud... by Stein A. Mollerhaug
Lemon Fish guarding its nest at Saganeb, outside Port Sudan. Natural light with manual setting of white balance on diveslate. September 2003. Camera: Canon Powershot A70 with original UW house.
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date posted posted: Sunday, March 20, 2005
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