A Peep Into The Dragon Cave
Last week I shared a post on our climb to explore The Dragon Cave And Beyond, and whilst there were no dragons to be found (believe me I looked!) the inside of the cave was pretty spectacular. I have no idea how old the caves are, but it is obvious by the formations inside the cave that they have been there a while.
In this post I thought I’d share some of the photos I took inside the cave, which I think you may agree is pretty amazing (sadly my photos really don’t so it justice).
Inside The Dragon Caves
The water coming through the roof of the Dragon Cave had created some naturally beautiful formations.
The walls of the cave were all colours.
The large formation above seemed to have been formed by water dripping through the roof of the cave. It was really smooth to the touch, with a naturally formed water bowl in the top.
For some reason this formation was really rough. You can imagine just by looking at it how many years this took to form. You can just about make out some stalactites starting to at the top of the photo.
This natural water bowl was also formed by water dripping from the roof of the cave. Maybe the Dragon used it as a water bowl?
The Dragon Cave isn’t very deep, but that didn’t make it any less interesting. Maybe next time we get to meet the Dragon!
I think you’ll have to agree that when Mother Nature is left to get on with her work, she does a pretty amazing job.
Has Mother Nature worked her magic near you?
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