Looking Down at the Blue Hole

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The view from atop the Blue Hole looking downwards at the coral wall drop-off.  The submarine sinkhole, located in east Sinai, Egypt, is 130 meters (462.5 feet) deep and surrounded with an abundance of corals and reef fish. The dive site is notorious for the number of diving fatalities which have occurred in the past, earning it the sobriquet “World’s Most Dangerous Dive Site” and the nickname “Diver’s Cemetery”.

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Living creatively through design and passionate for freediving, Renee is an underwater photographer / videographer and writer at Seaunseen, and a freediving instructor at Desert Divers in Dahab, Egypt.

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