Wednesday, June 18, 2008

WW - Red Sea Fish

Taken here this past weekend.

The observation pools:



The Red Sea Reef tank:



The underwater observatory:





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34 comments:

Robert said...

Wow, Robin. These are great. I love the water. I'm close to booking a trip to Hawaii (trying to justify the HUGE flight prices) so I could take pictures such as these. It looks like you had an incredible time. Is this the end of the series or are you giving us bits and pieces?

Nancy said...

Awesome, makes me want to SCUBA

Phyllis Sommer said...

mmm...beautiful. i love how blue it all is...

angie said...

So cool. I love aquariums. If I wasn't so afraid of sharks and eels and fish I'd really want to go scuba diving.

susiej said...

That is stunning!

Kareer Woman said...

Those are the coolest pictures ever! I LOVE the ocean, it's so beautiful, peasceful and fascinating!!!

Scribbit said...

Oh I love that--they're just beautiful! And the water is so . . . .blue :)

Red Lotus Mama said...

Beautiful shots! Wish I wasn't so scared of deep water.

Cecily R said...

Gorgeous gorgeous photos!! The idea of getting shots like that makes me ALMOST not scared to be underwater!

Will said...

Beautiful shots! The colors in the 3rd photo are spectacular. Happy WW!

Angie said...

Great series! Makes me want to go fishing. :)
Happy WW!

poppy fields said...

Those photos make me want to dive right in.

Indrani said...

Great shots shared Robin, how I wish I could see them for real. Happy WW!

Frida said...

Wow, that's a place I would love to visit :-) I love everything about the ocean and all the creatures living in it, especially dolphins and whales.

Hootin' Anni said...

Cool! Thanks for the walk-about!

My W W is shared. I'd love to have your company today.

June said...

Really good through the water and through the tank shots!

tigerfish said...

Nice to make observations in the blue greenish surroundings.

Kareer Woman said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment,I hope you'll continue to return :)

Kallie / Asian History said...

Oh, those are very nice! Time to get out the snorkel and fins!

What kind of puffer fish is that, in the second photo?

Me & my puppies said...

Wow, really cool shots. Makes me think twice before putting my feet in the ocean.

storyteller said...

What a wonderful series of ‘sea photos’ in today’s post! Makes me want to visit an aquarium sometime soon and bring my camera! Mine’s up at Small Reflections this morning, but also shared some photos on my other blog at Sacred Ruminations this weekend on Sunday. Would love to have you visit either (or both) if time permits ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

AreWeThereYetMom said...

Incredible shots, Robin! Love the clear shot of the fish!Beautiful!

Amy-Happy Momma said...

Great photos! Wouldn't it be great to be IN those photos!?

Happy WW!

Raven said...

Very nice. Numbers three and four are my favorites, I think. I sure wish I could go to Hawaii. Maybe in my next life. One of the joys of cyberspace and the modern world is that we can visit places even when we can't go there.

Shannon said...

Beautiful! I am a scuba diver and you just made me want to go on a dive desperately!

SandyCarlson said...

All of these are gorgeous. What a beautiful other world.

lisa marie said...

Awesome! Love the bright colors and always love fishies. :)

Robin said...

I haven't the faintest idea what it is Kallie, it's great looking though, isn't it?

mimi11460 said...

Great picture underwater Though i had fear in swimming i really like underwater views...See you in my blog leaving a comment..Thanks..

Head Gaggler said...

Wow, those are beautiful shots!

Sandier Pastures said...

At last I am able to view your beautiful photos! (Can't see them in the office). Wow, wow, wow just wow!! I never knew the Red Sea is this clear!

rebecca said...

love the aquarium, especially the coral reef tanks....can sit and watch those pretty colorful fish for hours!

rmgales said...

Beautiful pictures. I love fish!

Mycrazylife said...

Robin, These are gorgeous! I can't wait to see what else you will share with us during the workshop.

My biggest dream is to go to Israel someday, so I'm hoping to get a gimpse through your lens!

Blessings,
Hallie