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Egypt (Sharm el Sheikh), diving in the Red Sea - part 1

by Francesco Zezza

Let’s go deeper in the Red Sea … below the water line!

Here we go! These pics were shot in Ras Mohamed about ten years ago (yes, it was in 1992!) at that time Stefania wasn’t, yet, a scuba instructor and I, myself, was at the VERY beginning of my career … 

 

Stefania during the dive: the red-orange fish at the top left corner of the pic are Anthias (possibly A. squamipinnis); quite common along the rift of Red Sea.

 

The edge of Ras Mohamed rock platform (seen in the background) goes as deep as 900 m. Of course we didn't go any deeper than – barely - 30 m. 

 

Stefania approaching a “Giant Moray” (right, under the top rock; probably a Gymnotorax javanicus)

 

Stefania and another instructor (a friend of ours) playing with same moray!!!

 

Stefania patrolling the reef.

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