Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

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    Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    Here are some more images from my recent diving trip to Egypt, this time without watches.

    Octopus in the sea grass



    Pygmy Lion fish



    Nudibranch



    Pipefish


    Snake Eel



    Tiny Moray Eel



    Cuttle fish



    Giz a kiss!


    Hermit crab


    Emperor Fish


    Lion fish



    Picasso Trigger fish


    Tiny Anemone fish (Nemo)


    Hollow back shrimp


    Big big mackerel


    Another Nudibranch


    Puffer fish


    Lizard fish



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    Re: Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    Fantastic photos! Thanks for sharing...




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    Re: Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    OMG!! man, you should send these pictures to sea world magazine, or discovery magazine, seriously..

    my friend is a diver's freak, and he found hard enough to shoot octopus nearly, it is a shy one actually.. and for the Moray fish, he told me you can't find it unless you wait patiently and move slowly through the corals.. you made it mate!!

    also some cute and cool creatures you got there!!

    thanks for sharing, and congratulation for really really nice pictures!!
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    Re: Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    WOW! For a few minutes there, I almost forgot I was on land. Your pictures gave me the feeling of coming face to face with those beautiful sea life while diving. Thank you for the great pics.
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    Re: Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    Amazing pics! I really enjoyed them.

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    Re: Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    the octopus looked huge

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    Re: Pictures from the Red Sea in Egypt.

    WOW. GREAT PICS!!!



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    Fabulous photos + question

    Great photos Andy. It took a while before I could see them all despite ASDL line. But it was definitely worth waiting. You took some incredible shots. You also spotted some hard-to-see fish and even managed to take photos! Fantastic!

    Questions: what equipment do you use underwater? Where did you take the shots?

    Thanks for sharing,

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    Re: Fabulous photos + question

    I really enjoyed the pics..Thank you for sharing.
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    Re: Fabulous photos + question

    Astonishing pictures! I really enjoy them! Thank you for sharing!
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