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   CaliforniaMama  Wednesday Aug 31 10:45 AM

August 31, 2011 Cenote

Look for the teeny, tiny diver way at the bottom of the image.

This is a cenote, or freshwater sinkhole, on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.

Photograph by Marc Filion

This photo was submitted to the 2011 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

via National Geographic

Spexxvet  Wednesday Aug 31 11:42 AM

Wow! That water is incredibly clear.

Wombat  Wednesday Aug 31 07:24 PM

How did she get in? Are those tree roots or stalactites hanging down?

CaliforniaMama  Thursday Sep 1 10:37 AM

Originally Posted by Wombat View Post
How did she get in? Are those tree roots or stalactites hanging down?
There must be a cave entrance because I have seen other pictures of the same cenote with several people in view, plus the photographer.

I didn't see any info about the stuff hanging down. My first reaction was that they are stalagtites, but I can't find where I might have read that.

infinite monkey  Thursday Sep 1 10:40 AM

It looks like spaghetti what fell through a hole in the colander.

It needs a hole defender.

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