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Lewis and Clark Caverns--Click on image to view gallery!

Here is another gallery from our recent western wanderings. This gallery comes courtesy of Lewis and Clark Caverns in  southern Montana. I live not far from its more-famous cousin, Carlsbad Caverns.

Carlsbad Caverns is an amazing place, and I’ve visited numerous times, including last fall. But I was pleasantly surprised by this little gem, not far from Yellowstone National Park. It was one of the few places we stopped that is neither a national park nor a national monument (though it was once federal land before being sold to the state of Montana), so it doesn’t get the same amount of press. But boy am I glad we stopped and took the tour through the cavern! If you’re ever in the area to visit the other “big-name” national parks, you should spare a day to visit these limestone beauties!

Photography

Are you building these 7 Dangerous Stalactites?

We don’t live in caves anymore, so don’t be a stalactite.

For anyone with a normal belief in gravity and the ability of things to fall, you probably have a fear like I do. 349 more words

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A Million Years.

It always amazes me how it will take millions of years to form beautiful and calm structures like these. One drop at a time. This little bubble, filled with minerals and salts that will become such magnificent feat, may slip and fall into the dark deep abyss below or it could hang on and be in the long journey of crystallisation and be part of something big.

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Amazing Araku Valley and Borra Caves

Its looks like ribbon of a maiden is flowing over a green dress…Araku Valley

Araku valley is must see off-beaten tourist destination from Vizag 115kms away, offers lovely scenic view of nature and valley is really splendid rich with vegetation. 251 more words

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Shrine

Ripples of light trickle along cave walls
Water drops to darkness in long cold falls
Silence of the deep inside earth’s bowels
Where beginnings of time lurk and prowl, 56 more words

Poetry

Luray Caverns

This weekend the family and I decided to go visit a place we have desired to see for a while now, Luray Caverns in Virginia. We were not disappointed, as they were truly amazing.  199 more words

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