The Mayan civilization viewed Cenotes & caves as mythological places, a doorway into the underworld. Cave divers also view cenotes as an entrance. They swim through underground rivers full of splendid decorations that formed thousands of years ago when water levels were low, and the caves were dry. Ancient fossilized bones from camels and sloths can be found along with the discovery of Mayan artifacts such as pottery. LiquidProductions.com
Many caves/sites were closed due to flooding in Florida during our trip but luckily Devil's was open and our team was able to do a number of film dives and properly explore the cave. In this video you will see footage from the Hill 400 Line, Roller Coaster, Bat's, Double Lines, The Big Room, Cornflakes and of course The Lips.
This is what is below your feet. Water is important. If you would like to know more visit Project Baseline.
Cover photo provided by Annika Persson
Filmed handheld (so sorry about the bumps) with Canon 7D/Tokina 11-16mm, Nauticam housing, 8'' acryllic dome.
2 x Apollo 50-watt HID.
1 x Archonlight D100W
1 x 200w HMI
Music is "A Better Place" by Justin Durban.