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Jenolan Cave Australia Orient Cave
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This is the second chamber in the Orient Cave at Jenolan Cave and although it is smaller than the main chamber it is truly a fantasy of color and form with just about every kind of crystal rock formation imaginable all intertwined and glistening in the LED illumination.

While I took this sphere image Debby was enthralled by the ribbon formation framed by stalactites while Chris took photos of the formations from the staircase. They both agreed that this was their favorite cavern and I think it is the best of the sphere images. I posted this image on www.worldwidepanorama.org as my offering for the theme "Forgotten Places", with the crystal formations representing 340 million year old Earth memories.

For details on Jenolan Caves visit www.jenolancaves.org.au

Copyright: Richard Chesher
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Uploaded: 05/07/2010
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