Camera Regrets

This photo was taken at Cenote Ik Kil in the
Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, near the Mayan ruins Chichen Itza. A cenote is a sinkhole, but instead of worrying people about their houses collapsing into the earth, like has become a concern in areas of the United States in the past few years, the cenotes in the Yucatán Peninsula are tourist attractions. Cenote Ik Kil is popular because of its location near Chichen Itza and for its natural beauty, with the large opening and vines growing down from above. This photo is, no doubt, not one of the greatest photos taken of Ik Kil. As we were planning to swim in the cenote, I only brought my waterproof point and shoot camera down into the cenote with me, not my DSLR. While swimming in the cenote was great, I wish I had better photos from that day.

Cenote Ik Kil viewed from water level.

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