I went to Mexico for a month with a vauge idea of working on a personal project. Sometimes I like to just go and then discover the project once I’m there. I had no plans to go to Tulum but upon learning about Cenotes the photo that I wanted to create was born so I spent a week in Tulum shooting Centoes. The feature image is the hero image. Thanks for looking!

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Originally from the flat lands of the Midwest, Emily has journeyed far from home connecting with cultures and perspectives from around the world. As a National Geographic Travel contributor Emily views photography as a means to inquire into the human experience and our relationship to the lands we inhabit. Currently Emily splits her time between Nepal and California collaborating with like minded clients while working on personal projects.

19 thoughts on “CENOTES OF TULUM, MEXICO”

  1. I remember reading about cenotes in and adventure-spy book when I was in my very early teens. Basically the baddies threw the hero in one such place, with no way out, and he had to get out somehow… It was enough to give me the chills! But I’m happy to see that, in facts, cenotes are a lot nicer than that book led me to believe. Splendid photos, you’ve got great eye!

  2. You have a way of capturing the beauty of both the people and the environment without sacrificing one for the other. Great work.

  3. I love this it’s truly amazing I love waterfall I went waterfallin a couple of years ago
    I didn’t know that others did it to just travel our world looking for gorgeous waterfalls like this it’s amazing it’s a paradise

  4. Those underwater images are striking, a testament to the clear waters and your photographic ability. Great photo essay.

  5. Puerto Rico bee keepers have been paying close attention to the tremors that has been occurring throughout the island. There are reports of untold loses of colonies, due to site migration. While Our bee sights were affected, we have non the less resumed our rescue and education mission throughout the mountains of Naranjito and the shoreline of Loiza. Join us as we journey throughout the island, in search of the Caribbean African bees.

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