Some very colorful fish right next to a section of coral reef. The photo seems a bit out of focus, since it was taken underwater using a camera similar to this one (my camera is now old, but this is a modern camera) Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 12 MP Waterproof Camera. What seems interesting in this photo is that all the fish seem to be swimming heading downwards. Also, in the photo, it seems clear that the coral reef seems very colorful, but the water depth of this section of the Red Sea was atleast 15-20 feet, not a lot, but it seems a lot when your feet are not able to touch the bottom.
The feet of the guide, wearing a black suit and wearing some bright blue flippers. In the background are coral reefs, of different shapes, and sometimes with different colors (although in this photo, the colors are not so clear as they were in reality). He was standing near the edge of the coral reef, which seemed like a vertical wall in the background of the photo. The flippers seem hard, but in the photo, you can see them curving and flexing as the guide moves his legs. The water depth at this point seems much more than 10 feet.
3 yellow colored fish seemingly nibbling at the sides of the coral reef. This is another view of the side section of the reef, and hence it seems more like a vertical column rather than the top surface of the reef. In this photo, the colors of the reef seem more clear, and yet, in a roof, the fish and other marine animals nearby tend to be much more highly colorful. It was incredible to be snorkeling so close to this activity, and having the opportunity to see one of the beauties of nature.
The flipper worn during snorkeling and scuba diving seems very hard, but as the photo shows, it is very flexible. In the photo, the bright yellow flipper almost seems bent over itself. Also, in the photo, you can see a very good section of the coral reef and the different shapes of the structures of the roof, along with a small fish.
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