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Dec 2013: DECEMBER

Dec 2013: Cancun, Mexico

Nov 2013: NOVEMBER

Nov 2013: Great Ball Court - Chichen Itza, Mexico

Oct 2013: OCTOBER

Oct 2013: Cenote Ik Kil - Yucatan, Mexico


Sep 2013: Fatima Bay - Puerto Aventuras, Mexico

Aug 2013: AUGUST

Aug 2013: Nohoch Mul Pyramid - Coba, Mexico

Jul 2013: JULY

Jul 2013: Temple of the Carved Columns

Jun 2013: JUNE

Jun 2013: El Castillo - Chitzen Itza, Mexico

May 2013: MAY

May 2013: Tulum - Coba, Mexico

Apr 2013: APRIL

Apr 2013: Villas del Mar Resort - Puerto Aventuras, Mexico

Mar 2013: MARCH

Mar 2013: Pre-Columbian Art

Feb 2013: FEBRUARY

Feb 2013: Puerto Aventuras, Mexico

Jan 2013: JANUARY

Jan 2013: Chichen Itza - Piste, Mexico

BC: Two of my great passions in life are travel and photography. I believe that travel broadens one's view of the world. Experiencing other cultures, meeting new people and seeing the beauty of our planet has helped me understand that all of our lives are at once interconnected and yet individual. The Yucatan Peninsula afforded me the opportunity to experience a very ancient and diverse culture. And through my photography I am able to discover the splendor and beauty of this magnificent place. Steve www.spn-photography.smugmug.com Email: steve@spnphotography.com

FC: 2013 | Yucatan Peninsula

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  • By: Steve P.
  • Joined: almost 4 years ago
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  • Title: Cancun Calendar
  • A photographic journey to the Yucatan Peninsula to uncover the magnificent beauty of this ancient civilization.
  • Tags: cancun, tulum, coba, Puerto Aventuras, Chitzen Itza, Yucatan Peninsula, travel, maya, ancient civilization, cenote, mexico
  • Published: almost 4 years ago

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