First Images From Isla Mujeres

I spent the last glorious week on Isla Mujeres (about a 30-minute water taxi ride from Cancun).  Seven nights and eight days of beautiful sights, great food and relaxation in abundance (as if I actually do much work these days).  I came back with tons of photo images (approximately 700), and I’m now in the process of editing them down to a manageable bunch.  I’ve included just a few images here tonight, all of which were posted on Facebook earlier, but I know a number of you don’t use Facebook.  I will be adding many more images in the ensuing days, so I hope that you will enjoy them.  Remember, these kinds of experiences can be yours too … where there’s a will, THERE IS A WAY.

Photographer’s note:  All images captured with a Canon EOS 5D Mk2 camera, with EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM and EF 70-200mm f/4L USM lenses.  Click on individual images to enlarge for better viewing.  Please feel free to use the share buttons below to share this post with family and friends.  SFD

Punta Sur Framed

Punta Sur (located on the southernmost tip of Isla Mujeres) – 1/640s @ f/8.0, ISO 100, FL=70mm

Lion Fish Framed

Lion Fish (photographed at Tortugranja, Isla Mujeres) – 1/100s @ f/5.6, ISO 2500, FL=82mm

Sunset Lovers Framed

Sunset Lovers (photographed at Playa Norte, located at the northernmost tip of Isla Mujeres) – 1/8000s @ f/4.0, ISO 100, FL= 47mm

Girl on the Beach BW framed

Girl on the Beach (photographed at Playa Norte, the windward side, located on the northernmost tip of Isla Mujeres) –

1/5000s @ f/4.0, ISO 100, FL=200mm

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