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    Casio G - Shock in the nature

    Quote Originally Posted by xevious View Post


    I'm just reliving a past summer, when the Gulfman was my most prized G-Shock.
    Our family couldn't get a beach house this year due to illness. Sure hope we can do it next year.
    Awesome shot xevious. The Gulfman sits so well. Love the angles Great scenery. Thanks for sharing.
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    Super new posts overnight. Thank you EasternMickey, azpops and Mitch. Fantastic nature shots all the way and everyone got wonderful different themes and amazing nature colors. Really great interpretation. Thank you guys.
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    To remind me that the summer is over and autumn is now upon us here in Sweden, we had a good summer this year and since I am a summer person I sure will miss it



    DW-6900WCJ-9 Fifa in a brief encounter with nature, looks like a good match to me?
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    Absolutely Joakim. Perfect match and looking real good. Thanks for sharing

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    All pics are awesome!!!! think are the best from the past weeks!
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    The next pics are not showing my watch, actually it was taken past year, but since I see a lot of beautiful landscapes from many parts of the world I would like to contribute with one of the most amazing nature places on Mexico.

    This is a Cenote located at Yucatán Mexico (where the Mayas used to live)

    A Cenote is basically a deep hole in the ground where you will find crystal clear water in the bottom. That water comes from underground rivers, there are thousand of cenotes around Yucatán, some of them are still hidden in the nature waiting to be discovered.

    Swimming in this Cenotes is a great experience but in came with a risk, there are water currents that can drag you to the underground rivers.

    The deep of this cenotes can reach hundreds of meters.

    hope the pics can make justice to this nature wonder!

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    Scary. What's the water temperature at the surface?

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    Ah, cenotes! I once went SCUBA diving in the Yucatan and one day was spent exploring a cenote. It was one of the most memorable of my diving trips, especially since I had only been recently certified. Thank you for reviving my memories, fitsector. Beautiful location you visited there.

    Japc, the temps are pretty normal at the surface but can get quite cold below. In fact, when you're diving you can see a thermal barrier between the ice cold and warmer water currents. It looks a lot like the air ripples you see from heat.
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    Thanks guys, it was an amazing experience. about the temp I think Xevious is totally right, and considering we had near 110°F that day... well diving in that water was a real relief!
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    Fito that's breathtaking. Great great shots. Have to google everything later. That's amazing and truly wonderful addition. We didn't cover Mexico. ( as far as I remember ) Now we got North, Middle and South America.. Brilliant. Thank you very much for your time and effort and thanks for sharing the pictures with our G Forum. Tom

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