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Cool cave formation (pic)

Posted by lindaflower Erogenous (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 9, 07 at 15:55

Hey! I was looking for my next weekend trip destination and lookee here. This cave formation reminds me of something... hmmmmm


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RE: Cool cave formation (pic)

Looks kind of like a hooded pitcher plant. Two things I like, caves and carnivorous plants. Too bad their are no carnivorous plants that live in caves.

Cool pic.


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RE: Cool cave formation (pic)

Looks similar enough to the Cobra Lily!

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RE: Cool cave formation (pic)

Yeah, my first thought was a cobra too. So, where is that cave?


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RE: Cool cave formation (pic)

This formation is in "Cave Without a Name" near Austin, Texas. You can look at more pictures at cavewithoutaname.com . The caverns at Sonora are more beautiful though. I don't know what they named this formation... there are usually descriptive names.


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