The Ruins of Tulum

Polly Peacock

Downingtown, United States

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First discovered in 1518 by a Spanish expedition, Tulum was a 1200 AD Mayan village located on the Caribbean Sea. ’’Tulum’’ means ‘’wall, trench or fence’’ in the Maya language. Walls up to 39 feet high make this such a spectacular and dramatic setting. It was a long, hot walk to the beach, but the scenery and the remaining ruins were stunning at best!

This photograph was shot with a Canon 40D, equipped with an 18-200mm lens, in Tulum, Mexico,

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