Wednesday, April 25, 2012

New Images from the Yucatan


We recently did a trip to the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico for spring break. Since this was mostly an R&R trip I did not do a lot of photography, however I had my new Nikon D800 with me so I got a few new shots that I was pleased with.  Nikon's newest 36 megapixel DSLR provides amazing resolution for large prints, and also has all the great features Nikon is known for such as the ability to shoot at high iso and the huge selection of really wide angle lenses all the way to extreme telephoto. One of our favorite locations to explore were the many cenotes and caves around the area. Plenty of opportunities for photography and I will be sure to return in the future to do more "underground" photography in the caves.  I also did some underwater photography with my Panasonic GH2 in its housing, which is the system I shot the sea turtle with. Hope you enjoy some of these new images!

Subterranean Garden, Yucatan
Bajo Tierra

Study in Pink

Tortuga Marina


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