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Egypt (Sharm el Sheikh), diving in the Red Sea - part 2

by Francesco Zezza

 

Swimming in the open water. Beyond us, the nearest land is as close as a full day of motor-sailing.

  

More anthias, gently moving along a red/purple soft coral (sorry, no latin name this time!) while Stefania comes close.

 

Stefania is approaching a large group of soft corals, showing white, yellow and orange striking colors (even if they are half hidden and hard to spot!). 

 

Unfortunately we are almost over! Our diving computer shows it’s time to rise to the surface … While coming up we have just enough time for a quick inspection of a wreck (see, at the top of this pic, the bright edge of a door of the ship). That aside, our slide film is regrettably, over. I hope that those pictures will attract more people to  visit the “Enchanted Kingdom” …

ALL underwater pics were shot by a Croatian (former Jugoslavia) Scuba Instructor who left his country because of problems that, years later, ended up with the war ... I wish I could thank him in person since after having been in touch for some years we, regrettably, lost contact. THANX A LOT, BUDDY!!!

It’s been a long and tiresome day and we do need a bit of relaxation.

 

Swimming in the swimming pool. She is looking a bit more relaxed, don’t you agree?!?!?

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