Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Cavern

The cave that has been built into the Earth Gallery is a wonder, with strategically placed lighting showing us reproductions of cave features. 

28 comments:

  1. I have visited several cave systems and while I find them really interesting I can only stay down for a while before I start to feel claustrophobic and need to get back outside.

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  2. Spooky cave, I don't like caves.... :(

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  3. I love visiting caverns ! this one seems to be very nice ! I have seen one in France, of course here in Belgium and in Poland.

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  4. Another cave I think I'll stay out of. But thanks for introducing us. :-)

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  5. I also will take my caves in this way only. I imagine the fun that was had in creating this one...craftsmanship! And it gives young people a chance to learn what the earth does naturally.

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  6. ...I've been a cavern once and for me once is done!

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  7. I was wondering if you went in the cave! Thanks for the photos.

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  8. @John: it is easy.

    @David: that's understandable.

    @Maywyn: thanks.

    @Marianne: I do.

    @Gattina: we have some here.

    @Jan: it is indeed.

    @DJan: you're welcome.

    @Barbara: yes it does.

    @Tom: i rather like them.

    @Marie: it isn't.

    @Sharon: you're welcome.

    @Jennifer: it is.

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  9. Hello William. These photos inside are both beautiful and eerie, forgive me for not recognizing well but is this a real cave or is it man made? Some angles of the place look boxy for me but the details of the stalagmites and stalactites are stunning and real! And yes, the lighting is spectacular!

    Stevenson
    Cavite Daily Photo
    Stevenson Que Blog

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  10. That looks really interesting.

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  11. Like getting into a travel machine!

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  12. How neat! We have quite a few limestone caverns here in the Shenandoah Valley. Let's see, I've toured Skyline Caverns, Shenandoah Caverns, Endless, Luray, and Natural Bridge Caverns. Also a few in Pennsylvania.

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  13. Did you find bat man down there, William? Coool cool place! Be safe, honey

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  14. Looks amazing William, you obviously don't suffer from claustrophobia 😉

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  15. The lighting is very dramatic, the photos truly evocative. Well done.

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  16. William, these are great photographs.

    All the best Jan

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