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<font color='#0000FF'>Hey guys.

Here are some of my images from my trip to Sharm/Naama back in December/January. I'm quite happy with the results though these were my first attempts at underwater photography with my Canon S40/DC300-housing.

We bought our dives from Oonasdivers in Naama Bay and I can happily recommend them to anybody going down there for a no hassle, non-crowded, fun diving holiday. The guides were keen to do a good job, the crew on the boats were helpful and cheerful. The Hooligan has to be experienced...

Blue spotted ray with an elvis-lip:
 

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<font color='#0000FF'>White tip reef shark:
 

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<font color='#0000FF'>Hawksbill turtle (I believe):
 

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<font color='#0000FF'>And that cave you've all been through  
 

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Nice pics, Kyrre! Well done!
 

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Kyrre

Top pic's, not quite the same as Dover.

Ho Hum i'll pack my bag


Regards

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<font color='#810541'>Kyrre,

OMG - am very jelous. The ray, shark and turtle pics are amazing!!!!! And yeah, it is a hawksbill but ... did you know you can get hybrids sometimes between greens and hawksbills! Weird huh! Makes you realise that the word "species" isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Here we don't see the green turtles when diving cos they stay on the shallow sea grass beds and sharks tend to stay way offshore. I didn't see any sharks when I was diving in Dahab and Sharm. You're lucky!

You could sell these pics you know! They are REALLY good!

I will post some of my pics from the Maldives soon.
 
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