You are correct, that would be the [Xkeken Cenote](http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/xkeken-cenote/).
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This is what I ask myself every time I go to Amsterdam. The way they park right by the canals looks treacherous. They even do it after there has been snow and they don’t grit the roads. Insanity, I tell you!
Local here: yes, you can go swimming! The beach costs ten a car to park near. It’s best not to go on weekends or holidays because it gets very crowded. The main beach has some amazing [rocks to jump off](http://imgur.com/4LbborZ) and the water is
A directional, battery operated, waterproof light was attached to a 6 ft pvc pipe. I had a friend moving from spot to spot, sticking the light under water and illuminating each area. All in all, this photo is a combination of about 10 1.5
I will do my best to explain. It’s much easier to show in person. First you need a source of O2 underwater or be able to hold your breath for a while. A weight helps a lot to keep you anchored to the bottom.
That’s a lie. The falls are frozen and have been for a while.
I had just started listening to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album, and then I opened this up. I ended up listening to a good half the album just staring at this. Haha
Most time of the year, this is a normal park in the alps. But when the snow in the karst-mountains is melting, the water floods the park for about 4 to 6 weeks. When this happens, in July/August, the deepest point of this “lake”
Can we discuss the process of a waterfall freezing and the implications up stream? What end does the falls start to freeze at? Top? Bottom. I could make and break a case against both ways… energy, exposure to the cold, vantage to the sun…
The sea is full of organic surfactants (proteins, lignins, lipids) from organisms naturally. That’s what ‘sea foam’ is; so I don’t think it’s related to an oil spill. The shimmering ‘rainbow’ is due to destructive and constructive interference of light bouncing around in the
Oh man, I remember this place well! I have bad eye sight and didn’t think of putting in contacts when visiting it. I was in awe of the beauty of the area and jumped right in the water with my glasses on. When I
Sure you can, but you have to be socio-economically positioned for your work to pay off. And have to have the right aptitudes to do the work that pays well, something else you get from your parents via genes and their care. Do you
Similar thing here in Austria, [on the left the dirty looking Lavant on the right the green Drau](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6a/Muendung_der_Lavant_in_die_Drau.JPG) (It looks way cooler if you actually [stand here](http://www.panoramio.com/photo_explorer#view=photo&position=1&with_photo_id=45772500&order=date_desc&user=1225190))
Man, that takes some balls. I can think of quite a few things that could possibly go wrong that would result in that car being at the bottom of that lake.
Seychelles is quite expensive. You could probably live there in the hills and mountains if you were homeless though, the water is fresh and there are plenty of fruits and other things to sustain you. I lived there 18+ years and wondered about that
Gulfoss is on most of the basic tour packages you can take out of Reykjavik on the Golden Circle tour, you go see some geysers, gullfoss and you go to Þingvellir (thingvellir). This picture is just of the top drop of gulfoss, [here’s a
I have been at that exact point. The first time I ever saw Lake Tahoe was from here. I sat and looked at it for literally hours. So beautiful! Then I went to Reno, got drunk, lost a bunch of money and woke up
Ok I’ll be the guy to call it out. That looks like a glass bead, not a water droplet. * It’s perfectly spherical. Water drops on even the most hydrophobic surfaces are clearly [deformed.](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:A_water_droplet_DWR-coated_surface2_edit1.jpg) * There is a sharp edge where the water on
It doesn’t make sense to me that Zeus is the apex god of the greek pantheon. He may be in charge of lightning and have a nifty origin story, but the planet’s surface is 70% water. Throw as much lightning at the ocean as
Yep! And also, I should give more context. On this trip, I shot mostly with my NEX-6 Sony Mirrorless, but the iPhone’s dynamic range worked really well for this sunrise pic. Also, I had a telephoto and a fixed prime portrait lens for my
A man overboard! What matters it? The vessel does not halt. The wind blows. That sombre ship has a path which it is forced to pursue. It passes on. The man disappears, then reappears; he plunges, he rises again to the surface; he calls,
As an interesting side-note: The company that owned the land claimed a copyright on images of this tree a while back. More of the story [here](http://kwartlerlaw.com/Commentaries/LoneCypressgate.html).
Not sure where this pic is from but [Nike used it](http://data.whicdn.com/images/129818634/large.jpg)
No problem, and don’t worry about it people on reddit can be such dicks sometimes.