For our first dive tour as “Sometimes” team, we have been to the Red Sea in October 2010. We just wanted to collect the photographs taken during in that one diving week to eternalize those
wonderful memories in this book. “Sometimes Red Sea” is the first of the books that will turn into a series where we will visit a new diving point every year and document in a book what we have seen during a week.
“Northern Red Sea Region” was the route of our diving adventure that started in the Egyptian city of Sharm El-Sheikh on October 17, 2010. Certainly, the most important characteristic of this region was its healthy corals and Ras Mohammed National Park that hosted schools of fish. Yet, it was also charming to be able to go diving in 5 different wrecks in one-week diving schedule. Starting the day at 6 a.m., going for the first diving, breakfast, the second diving at 10 a.m., lunch, and the 3rd diving in the afternoon followed by a nighttime diving. Our days passed in a military discipline, yet with amazing diving experiences, and we passed out in exhaustion by 10 p.m. every night. Why did we get up so early every morning? Why would we never get bored? Why did we keep wishing that this week never came to an end? Here, in this book, we wanted to share with you what we learned from the nature and witnessed in the Red Sea for a week.
“Sometimes in the Red Sea” includes 248 underwater photographs, and is published by A4 Ofset Publishing, in 160 pages, size of21cm.x 29,7cm., 170 gr/m2 enamel paper, leatherette, hard cover.