Red Sea anemonefish and red anemone.
Red Sea bannerfish.
Two seconds later.
Arabian threadfin bream.
Black and white snapper.
Hawksbill turtle on the house reef. He/she had just been on the surface to breathe.
Back down to the sandy bottom for a rest.
Seen from the other side.
Titan or Giant triggerfish.
Blue-spotted stingray about to take off.
Red Sea anemonefish. One of rather few on the house reef.
Yellowfin goatfish. I was just in time to photograph the last few in a shoal of several hundred.
Another anemone and anemonefish at Nemo City, this one not red.
Pair of masked butterflyfish, a species that mate for life.
Same fish a couple of seconds later.
Lyrtail hogfish. This fish is normally found on deep reef slopes, at at least 25 metres, but somebody forgot to tell this one that he was in the wrong place. He/she was ver close to shore at about a mtere and a half.
Blackbacked butterflyfish. There are hundreds of species of butterflyfish in the world, at least 18 in the Red Sea. This one is said to be elatively uncommon.