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Underwater Photo Location: Cenote Angelita

Underwater Photo Location: Cenote Angelita

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A layer (1,5 meters) of sulphur at 28 meters.
Facts about Cenote Angelita
Dive types
freshwater


Diving facilities
nitrox

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Raoul Caprez
Photo taken with a Canon G9.

by Raoul Caprez
A branch of tree coming out of a sulfur layer at 28 meters deep in Angelita cenote (Yucatan). Picture taken in the dark with a Canon G9 without strobe.

by Klaus Bosbach
This crab was photographed by klaus Bosbach in Cenote "Angelita" in Q.Roo Mexico

by Christian Vizl
Cavern Diver entering a sulfur layer at 120 feet inside Cenote Angelita, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

by Raoul Caprez
Sometimes roots deserve to be taken in picture :-)

by Raoul Caprez
Exploration at 27m just above a hydrogen sulfide layer separating the fresh and the salt water (Cenote Angelita - 60m deep)

by Jose Luis Aleman
cenote la angelita. nikkon d 60

by Raoul Caprez
Second exploration at 27m just above a hydrogen sulfide layer separating the fresh and the salt water (Cenote Angelita - 60m deep)

by Alejandro Topete
Cocodrile on trunk Cenote Angelita, Tulum Mexico

by Alejandro Topete
Crocodrilo en Cenote Angelita, Tulum Mexico

by Alejandro Topete
Cocodrile hide, Cenote Angelita Tulum

by James Laker
Under the sulphur cloud at Angelita Cenote, Tulum, Mexico

by James Laker
Michelle in Angelita Cenote

by Martin Ferak
Angelita

by Raoul Caprez
Roots in the sun
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