Snorkeling in the Red Sea…

20102014318Well I finally got some internet and not much at that. So I will post a few experiment pictures that I am doing. Took an hour to get these photos uploaded and I have better things to do than watch the upload bar move slowly across the screen…

I bought a special sealing bag, made in China and it houses a cellphone, so that you can try to take images in the sea as you are snorkeling. The very top image is one Sveta took as I played deep-sea diver and the next two are images that I (was able to get clear enough to post) took while under water. The phone is just an old Nokia and it did okay…

The one to the right is a Spiny Sea Urchin and he was hanging around for his picture to be taken, I found in the deep water thousands of these things, but they were way to deep to get an image. This one waited until I could get a good shot and then he drifted in the current away to the rest of the pile of them…

20102014324The one to the left is sea weed and other sea creatures that attach themselves to the sea bed and such…

I am not a very good underwater photographer and I am trying. I took lots of pictures and I promise that these are the best I got. Sorry…

I will try again tomorrow, for today Sveta and I took a sea break and went to an aquarium to see good close-ups of the fish that live in the Red Sea and the Nile river. Sveta and I need a break from the constant sun and sea water, for we both tried to over do it…

Sveta took a much-needed nap today and since I got some internet working, I decided to finish this post that I have worked on for two days…

I would say that the Red Sea is just plain incredible, Egypt not so incredible. But that is another day and story to tell. Most likely I will wait to get home to talk about Egypt, just safer that way…

Well I hope that you are having a great day for Sveta and I are and we go play with the coral reefs tomorrow and I really hope that I can get better images…

Post by Kyle Keeton
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