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Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas. Fujifilm X100T.

Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas. Fujifilm X100T.

A paradise for divers…

A paradise for divers…

Don't be scared it's awesome! I know I said this but in the beginning at least, anything and everything I imagine us doing ends up with us making out and doing the dance with no pants haha

24.) Jacob's Well, Wimberley, Texas

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Visit one of the best swimming holes in America - Jacob's well in Wimberley,Texas.

Best Swimming Holes In America

Visit one of the best swimming holes in America - Jacob's well in Wimberley,Texas.

Jacob's Well, just outside of Austin. It is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas and an artesian spring. @virtualrach wow!!

Jacob's Well, just outside of Austin. It is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas and an artesian spring. @virtualrach wow!!

Globe-Trotting : Les plus beaux paysages et voyages du Monde | Le puit de Jacob au Texas, Etats-Unis

Globe-Trotting : Les plus beaux paysages et voyages du Monde | Le puit de Jacob au Texas, Etats-Unis

14 Tiny Texas Towns That Are Totally Worth The Trip

14 Tiny Texas Towns That Are Totally Worth The Trip

The Lone Star State is a haven for the small and quaint. Make sure the journey is as fun as your destination. Born of sports car heritage, the new Porsche Macan is almost too much fun to drive. Key...

Jacob's Well, Wimberley, Texas.  Jacob’s Well is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas. It’s basically a spring-fed pool that is made by the thousands of gallons of water per minute that surge up into the well. The well acts as headwaters to Cypress Creek, which flows through Wimberley and feeds both the Blue Hole and the Blanco River.  30°02'04.0"N 98°07'34.0"W

Jacob's Well, Wimberley, Texas. Jacob’s Well is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas. It’s basically a spring-fed pool that is made by the thousands of gallons of water per minute that surge up into the well. The well acts as headwaters to Cypress Creek, which flows through Wimberley and feeds both the Blue Hole and the Blanco River. 30°02'04.0"N 98°07'34.0"W

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