So I’ve recently bought Ned Middletons book – Shipwrecks of the Red Sea. It’s a nice looking book with some cool illustrations of the wrecks drawn by Rico, interesting history and suggested dive profiles. The only points I would make are that the illustrations of the wrecks could be a lot bigger, as you can’t see a lot of the beautiful detail. I was thinking something more on the scale of this wreck drawing of the thistlegorm (although the perspective depth thing I don't like). Also some of the underwater photos weren’t as clear or as good as I was expecting?
It would probably be quite difficult to do, but I’d love to see a book or something that had an illustration of the interior of the wrecks, as well as the usual exterior shots. Maybe even a photo/illustration of what it actually looks like (with coral growth etc). Don’t know if anyone does this or if it would be possible? A nice coffee table glossy book with these would be good