We had done some snorkeling in the Red Sea, in the Ras Muhammad protected national park, close to the tourist town of Sharm el Sheikh. There were a number of coral reefs over there, and we took trips to multiple such coral reefs, at different points in the park. It was fun doing snorkeling, and there were a couple of guides who were helping us during this process. This was a photo where the guide had gone down a bit deeper, to show us a part of the coral that was deeper and I took the chance to take a photo where the guide was indicting towards a particular piece of coral.
The guide as coming up from the depths of the water in the Red Sea (these were not very deep areas, with the water level around 10-15 feet deep, deeper than a person can stand, but otherwise not very deep). The guide had gone down into the water to show us a specific piece of coral, and this was a photo taken when he was on the way up from the depth of the water, and this was using a waterproof camera (here is such a camera - Olympus TG-320 Water Proof camera).
I was doing snorkeling in the Red Sea, in the Ras Muhammad protected national park, near the tourist town of Sharm el Sheikh. It was great fun, especially to see the coral reefs and the incredibly multi-colored fish that live nearby. It was great fun, especially since I was experimenting with a water proof camera that had been bought for the trip, (here is such a camera - Olympus TG-320 Water Proof camera) and the camera worked perfectly under water (it was rated upto a depth of 10m, and I did not do scuba diving, so there was no need to take the water below that depth).
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