A Sea of Legends: Inspiration from the Sea
In the clear tropical waters of the Red Sea, along the exuberant coral reef of Port Sudan, a great iron ship ran aground and sank many years ago. It has since been coated with a medley of graceful polyps, sponges, and gorgonians; it was invaded by scores of gaudy reef fish, feather-duster worms, starfish, and sea snails that surpass in brightness and gorgeous colors the butterflies and flowers of our gardens.
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However alien the sea may have been to man in the past
Quite early man discovered that it was easier to travel along
The intellectual awakening that took place in the West at this
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