The Ikil Cenote is located just outside of Chichen Itza and is one of the numerous rocky sinkholes that dot the landscape on the Yucatan Peninsula. We stopped here for lunch and a dip after a trip to Chichen Itza. And it's one dramatic place for a swim!
This shot is a composite of three hand-held bracketed images I blended in photoshop. One for the water, one for the walls, and one for the sky. The sky didn't turn all the way out because I wasn't bracketing my exposures far enough apart. This is my first real attempt at blending images. Not sure if I like how it came out or not. Seems a little flat to me. I also had a hard time trying to rotate the final image vertical. I'm still not sure if it looks vertical or not.
Any C&C would be welcome!