20.12.08

PHOTO HUNTERS - Wide

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The wide sea

I took these pictures on an excursion in a submarine in the Red Sea (Egypt)

18 comments:

Pietro said...

Very fine, interesting and unusual photographs.

YTSL said...

Goodness re all those fish swarming around -- they actually looked to me like they were in the middle of a feeding frenzy! :o

humanobserver said...

One of my fav colours - blue...

Melli said...

Looks like SHARK bait to me!

CRIZ LAI said...

It was a waste I didn't take my camera in one of my fishing trip. I had a 40 feet whale shark swimming under the boat.

http://crizcats.blogspot.com/

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

Great photos, looks like fun! Happy Holidays to you and yours.

upto6only said...

wow I love your shots. Which i can do the same. Mine is up too hope you can visit. happy holidays :)

Mrs Mecomber said...

WOW! Great photos!!! I'd love to read more about your Egypt trip!

I did Photo Hunters today, too. I hope you can visit, and leave your link.

http://newyorktraveler.net/photo-hunters-wide/

jmb said...

Wow, great photos for this meme. Happy holidays Gattina.

Hootin' Anni said...

Absolutely amazing Gattina. the water is so turquoise. beautiful.

Teena in Toronto said...

Wow! Cool pix!

I played too :)

Colin Campbell said...

Lovely shots. I used to go diving quite a bit when I lived in Singapore. Not in Singapore, where I trained, but in many of the countries nearby. Fun times.

storyteller said...

Excellent choice ... the SEA is certainly WIDE!
Hugs and blessings,

quilly said...

Oh! You keep making me more and more jealous!

Laura said...

beautiful!
happy holidays
~*~

Carletta said...

What a really blue sea!
You do go the to the most interesting places.

PastorMac's Ann said...

Oh! These are wonderful! The first one really grabs me. The water is so blue! Great picks for our "wide" theme!

Many blessings to you this Christmas!

Heart of Rachel said...

Great photos! I've tried feeding the fish while snorkeling but I've never tried diving deep under the sea yet.