Ocean Paradise

March 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

My wife, years ago, decided that for an upcoming birthday she wanted to go someplace on the beach, with lots of sun - and without the kids. It didn't take much to convince me. 

Since we are living in Mexico, we decided that we would go to Cozumel for 8 days; Greece had been on the list (since we lived there for a few years). 

It was a wonderful time. No schedule, no constraints, just lots of sun and sand!

We took the opportunity to take a ferry over to the mainland and visit the archeological site of Tulum. It's a very impressive site - right on the cliffs. I made the below image, which is actually a few individual shots, stitched together:

Tulum-1Tulum-1

EXIF Data

Shutter Speed: 1/500s

Aperture: F11

Focal Length: 70mm

Lens: EF70-200mm f/4L USM

ISO: 200


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