A diver risks his life making stunning images of underwater caves in MexicoPictolic
49-year-old Martin Breen of Buenos Aires introduced a series of underwater photographs taken in the Mexican Riviera. He became interested in the study of the most distant and little-known underwater caves, and doing it in three years. Look at these pictures, it's amazing.
The inputs to the network of underwater caves usually begin with cenotes — natural sinkholes formed by collapse of arch of limestone caves, which occur in groundwater. Many of these cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and nearby Caribbean Islands. According to Martin, the study of these caves is a unique mystical experience. Feel like a conqueror of space.
In a beam of sunlight
The diver had to swim a huge siasia of the abyss, and squeeze in between the stalactites hanging from the low stone ceiling.
At the bottom of the caves you can find ancient bones and various fossils
In some areas, the water acquires a green hue after heavy rains accumulated tannic acid, providing colorful neon tone and awesome background for large hanging formations.
The Cenote Ponderosa