Tourists floating, getting ready to float and standing, all in the Ras Muhammed marine park near Sharm el Sheikh in the Red Sea in Egypt. They are all very close to a coral reef, since if you look behind these people, you see a shine in the water, which is that of a coral reef very close to the water surface. All 3 of them (2 ladies and 1 man) are wearing the essential snorkeling equipment (goggles and air tube) while the man is not wearing a life vest and the other 2 are (although in the case of one of them, the life vest has climbed up on the shoulders and does not appear to have been properly fastened).
A man emerging from the water, wearing the goggles and air tube which form the essential part of snorkeling equipment, in the Ras Muhammed protected marine park, near the tourist town of Sharm el Sheikh in the Red Sea. There are a number of coral reefs in the region, and hence there are a number of people who come here to do snorkeling. In this photo, the leg of another person doing snorkeling can also be seen, along with the flipper that they are wearing. The flippers make you more graceful in the water, but can be a pain outside the water, and can hurt badly if you hit somebody with this flipper.
A large number of people wearing the goggles and air tubes that are a part of snorkeling equipment and currently doing snorkeling in the Ras Muhammed marine park (a protected marine park where no commercial activities are allowed except for tourism). This is a typical posture of people doing snorkeling, where nothing can be seen of the people except for their backs and hair, and the air tubes rising into the air.
Want to get tips for improving your photography ? Get Photo Tips from this blog.