I love the colour/tones in the second picture, and what looks to be water reflected on the ceiling of the cave (although I am sure that it is not a reflection from water).
Thats a very interesting set of pictures. The first one seems like they are a host of bones stacked up against each other while the second one seems to be a lot of cobwebs. I have seen a cave with similar internal structure or formation at the Mammoth Caves in western Australia. if you are a cave explorer the caves in southern part of western Australia is a must see.
What exciting formations. I can see so much in both photos. The first one almost looks like long alien fingers reaching. I know, I have a weird imagination sometimes. Very cool though, I love these.Also, I have removed my EC widgets on both blogs. I did keep receiving not only drops in my inbox but dozens of ad requests within minutes as well. Long story short, I canceled my account with them and am so relieved.
I love the way this stuff looks. It reminds me of melted wax, but it's obvious that it isn't. It's amazing to think of how this was formed.
I want to live in there!
These are wonderful. The detail is fantastic. Thank you for sharing it as I probably never would have seen these formations otherwise.
Hi John, You've got some good pics on your site,i have a few taken in the caribbean of some wierd rock formations, if you want to have look you'll have to tell me how to put them on Face book. Dad.
I am really awed by what I saw. I do hope to visit these place someday. :) If I may promote, we also have nice rock formations in caves here in the Philippines. ;)
uw i love this. the first one looks like some slime has moulded into the rock from a volcano or unexpected happening perhaps?And the second one looks like rock icicles!Thanks for stopping by my Travel site by the way :)Tina fromGossip AvenueTravel ShackMummy DiariesGame FreakZ
These are incredible shots. I love the formations.
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