Our saltwater audience has been getting to know the work of Vanessa Cara-Kerr for several years now. Her Reef Patrol production company has given us a stream of exceptional underwater short films, each better than last. However, Cara-Kerr isn’t tied to marine environments; if it’s water, she’ll dive it and bring back amazing footage.
In what can only be described as breathtaking, Cara-Kerr compiled footage from cenote cave diving in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula to create the award-winning short film Desire. Any aquarist with an interest in biotope recreation will find this film informative and inspirational.
Says Cara-Kerr, “Diving the Cenotes in Mexico was one of the most beautiful sceneries we have ever seen…this film is a very special passion project dedicated to the beautiful hidden world.” It’s a rare underwater (and underground) glimpse into the Mexican cenote biotope, with breathtaking cave diving footage. It begs to be seen.