It was us and two locals at this cenote. They brought speakers and put them all around the cave and blasted music that bounced off the walls. Lots of times it’s annoying when people play music in nature, but this cave had the best acoustics I’ve hearMérida, Yucatan
@followmeaway If the locals were doing it I would be far less annoyed than if tourists were. Still prob annoying but LESS
@timothysykes Stairway to Heaven!!!!
Still trying to process the magnitude of the flower bloom that @jess.wandering and I walked thru today. I’ll never forget seeing the neon orange hills from miles away on the drive in. We looked at each other and wondered what it was. It seemed like aSouthern California
There are over 6000 cenotes (sinkholes like this) in the Yucatán Peninsula. Most of which are not tourist attractions, and some of which are still uncovered. Walking around the forest here, iguanas pop out of the bushes, and the locals will tell youValladolid, Yucatan
@muenchmax Such an incredible place !
@jordanherschel What is this madness
Of the places I’ve been, I’d say Zhangjiajie left the greatest impression on me. It was the most crowded streets I’ve seen - on Disneyland’s level, but larger scale. I was a foot taller than the crowd. And the only one with light hair. People were poZhangjiajie
@timothysykes @everchanginghorizon aww just getting started :)
@roam Sounds intense but beautiful
@jess.wandering gets ready for the beach by putting on her island hat. . . been trying to figure out how to properly execute this shot for years. Did this one at high aperture to keep foreground and background in focus. Inspired by the perspectiveMokolii Island
@taylormichaelburk Haha awesome
6 years ago, I was stuck in a daydream at my desk. It might’ve been that I’d just seen “Walter Mitty” or it might’ve been fate calling from deep down.. but I jumped on Facebook to see that my brother posted one of those freak plane deals $200 round tLapland (Finland)
@hydroflask Such a rad story!🤘
@jannikobenhoff Good photo and caption🙏🏼