08-19-2009 cave without a name

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8 Responses to “08-19-2009 cave without a name”

  1. A spectacular series on this cave and its collection of stalagmites and stalactites. A fine job of shooting under difficult conditions.

    • Thank You for acknowleding that. If i were to include any text THE CONDITIONS would definitely be mentioned! The many little lights found in several photos is the refraction of water MOLECULES in the air… the humidity was 100% but a cool temperature of 66. Combating these little bugs proved tedious, resulting in longer exposures and a 20 percent flash. Out of almost 125 exposures, what you see above is all i could approve of. If any one ever wants to try this… TAKE SLAVES, THE MORE THE BETTER!
      Thanks for the comments Don!

  2. wow beautiful formations!

  3. Amazing formations! Caves are interesting mystical places hard to capture. You have made a great job!

  4. WOW! What an amazing place. The colors and rock formations are extraordinary.

    • Thanks Marcie!
      I thought it better to lead you OUT of the cave than in,
      and abandoned in the darkness. 🙂

  5. Wow I’m mesmerized of all the natural colors that come from the earth, fascinating Work of God.

  6. Wonderful shots of these beautiful cave formations.

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