Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
I like the idea of the cave.
Interesting exhibits, though I don't think I'll be taking up caving any time soon.
Seeing myself in one way is already too much!
Well, a cave is better than nothing, is it. Fun pictures of you, too :-)Maybe try a smile (yes, I have to give advice on that!!! I never manage).
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Funny to see you on photo.
Hello, I do not like photos of myself. Yours looks great. My hubby loves to go caving, me not so much.Take care and be well. Wishing you a happy new week!
Glad to see what you may look like, within the tricks of their system. I can't imagine living in caves, which apparently humans once did.
You look just like your profile photo.Caves are beautiful. I'm grateful there are folks that go in caves...where I shall never go. lol
That may the only way that I would go caving!
I have a teeny bit of claustophobia that makes caving scary for me.
I would never cave. Tight spaces give me the creeps.
Nice to see you William 😉 that last shot of man climbing out of cave took my breath away, not in a good way 😀
I wouldn't want to climb into or out of a tiny cave entrance like that one.
A big wide open cave is nice but crawling through anything...nope!
Caves are wonderful and mysterious places. I have visited several of them in France.
...I'm not sure that I want to see myself in many ways!
I wouldn't be good exploring a cave. Tight spots like that make me uncomfortable.
@fun60: so do I.@John: we have some in Ontario, but not big ones.@David: hah!@Iris: I inevitably smirk.@Francisco: thank you.@Marianne: thanks!@Eileen: this is a neat cave.@Barbara: they can be places of wonder.@Maywyn: it can be an obsession.@RedPat: the cave they have made here is spacious enough to give no trouble for those with claustrophobia.@DJan: it wouldn't be the case here.@Red: it seems a common problem.@Grace: I can see that.@Sharon: a tight fit.@Jenn: understandable.@Jan: France has some big ones.@Tom: I didn't do the warping stuff this time.@Bill: I don't mind.
I have been in a few caves here in Kentucky, as we are famous for them. However, I never have enjoyed their tight spaces.
Hi William! It's fun to see you! I'll pass on the caves! I need slightly more open spaces, but they do look fascinating.
Nice to see you!
I have tried caving when I was younger, not something I would want to do now though
Are you safe in 'your cave' I hope ~ Intriguing post ~ Keep Calm, Be Well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
The cave experience is not for me.
Hi William, the last time I was in a cavern was years ago. Hope you're okay up there.
You looked pretty much the same in both those pictures. Haven't been in a cave since I took the children. Years ago, now.
Right On!! I Really Enjoy Exploring Commercialized Caves. We Have Some Amazing Ones Out Here In Colorado. Those LED Lights Now A Days Luminate The Walls, Walk Ways, And Ceilings So Well With Dimension. And The Perfect 62F Temps, Paradise. Excellent Post!Cheers
I'm happy burrowing into my own cave -- also known as home.
Not sure I would be brave enough to go into some of the darkest tight places underground, although caves always do intrigue me. Great post.
I see you!I'm not keen on enclosed spaces so me in a cave is perhaps not a good idea!All the best Jan
@Michelle: my cave experiences have been mostly limited to places on the Niagara Escarpment.@Jeanie: caves interest me.@Marleen: thank you!@Bill: I think it probably either stays with you or fades away.@Carol: there's plenty of space in the artificial cave created in the museum. You can use a wheelchair in there.@Marie: it's not for everyone, of course.@Denise: thank you.@Joanne: it's been awhile for me. There are a few caves in these parts.@Padre: the nearest cave to here is in the Gatineau Hills.@Kay: good point!@Gemel: thanks.@Jan: probably not.