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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Egypt

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Longimanus in Elphinstone !
As loud as a whisper. Day Ocotopus / Octopus Cyanea. Red Sea, Temple, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
Wreck of Gubal Shagir !
Fish of Cheilinus undulatus is included in the Red Book. Coral reefs of the Red Sea.
Small, colourful fish swimming over the hard corals in Marsa Alam. It is incredible how many colours there exist underwater, and how well these colours correspond to the corals beneath!
Who watches the watchers. Giant Moray Eel, Ras Mohammed National Park
Wreck Kimon M. Red Sea.
Rascasse volantes !
Tortue imbriquée Hurghada !
Pair of Masked Butterflyfish(Chaetodon semilarvartus)
Red Sea, Egypt
The Red Sea in Egypt holds a lot of nice views, above and below! In this over/under shot, I love that you can see how the water gives a different view. Check out the pink coral on the left, above and below water.
The Red Sea in Egypt is also called 'The Cradle of Life' by many. I do feel priviledged to be allowed into this magical place!
My dive buddy exiting the swim through cave systems at St Johns Caves in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea.
The Rainbow Catchers.
Natural light reflecting on coral
"The Cardinal", Dahab, Egypt
Simplicity, a school of fish on the passage through to the amphitheater of Abu Gaiawa Soraya Reef in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea.
Under the boat, Dahab, Egypt.
Barracuda !
Final RoundThrough to 2018 awards final round judging
Emperor shrimp on spanish dancer's gills
Yellow mouth moray at Lighthouse Dahab
Inside one of the St Johns cave swim throughs in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea, a friend swam past making the perfect subject in a beautifully lit scene. I used a canon G7X mk2 with ikelite housing.
Using a wide angle wet lens and at night, I managed to rest myself on the sea floor and get up close and personal with a few lion fish. As this shot was taken, I had 3 other lion fish between my legs and around me! Had to stay very still!!!
Longimanus !
Did you know that the Red Sea is also called "The Cradle of Life"? Photographed in Ras Mohammed, Yolanda/Sharks Reef.
Longimanus !
The Greek ship, registered at the time under the name of Ghiannis D, was on route from Rijka to Hodeidah when she grazed the eastern tip of the Abu Nuhas reef in early April 1983. The crew was evacuated without casualties but the ship lay half submer
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