Day Six - March 6th, Israel

March 06, 2012  •  2 Comments

 

Today I was around Elat.  I photographed underwater life (call me Jacques Cousteau) However, I didn’t get wet.

Black Spotted Puffer

I also photographed the border between Israel and Egypt as well as the border between Israel and Jordan.  From Elat they are both just minutes away.  At the Israel Egypt border a soldier with his machine gun told me to stop photographing and took me to the customs officer for them to ask me questions… I had a stern warning about photographing border crossings and then I was sent on my way.

Israel and Egypt - You can see the soldier coming toward me to take me to the customs officer...

Israel and Jordan

One more for fun- these little guys (spotted Shrimpfish) are about 3 inch long and stay still in a vertical position with a long fin from their chin to tail.  Hum... do fish have chin's?

Tomorrow I am heading back north again now that the weather is good.  Check back to see what I see.

reynold


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Mark Griffin(non-registered)
Nice "aquarium" shots. CHEATER!!
Andrea Patterson(non-registered)
WOW - those underwater pictures are absolutely amazing! I cannot believe that octopus picture - and the purple anemone-like thing with the green coral... how on earth did you not get wet?! I want these pictures! : )
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