One of the holy grails of diving: the whaleshark. These guys are notoriously difficult to photograph well. These gentle giants can get very large, the largest can get up to 50 feet in length. Imagine photographing that. The best place to go to see these creatures in my opinion is Gladden Spit, Belize on any full moon from May to June. They are not as large but friendlier plus you can dive with them. Another place is the Yucatan peninsula but some places only allow snorkelling with them. Of course you can see them at Darwin and Wolf Islands in the Galápagos Islands but the plankton that is plentiful there can obscure a good photograph. Plus these ones are much larger, show little interest in divers and chances are, unless you’re at the right place at the right time, you end up swimming for your life after them only to get a picture of a large tail fin. If you want to venture overseas, they are most plentiful in Cebu, Philippines. #whaleshark#gentlegiants#largestfishinthesea#gladdenspit#belize#yucatanpeninsula#mexico#galapagosislands#darwinarch#wolfisland#cebu#philippines#scuba#diving#underwaterphotography#amazingnature
Discover the secrets surrounding the enigmatic architecture of #ChichénItzá and admire its most famous vestige, the pyramid of Kukulcán, testimony to the high mathematic and astronomical precision achieved by the Maya.
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