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  1. abraxas

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    This is really cool. Love the touch of blue around the exit.
     
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    Thanks. I was hoping to have burned all that off- I can see it at a different angle though.
     
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    HDR?? i cant really tell. Nice shot. The detail in the upper right is really cool.
     
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    Thank you- Yes, HDR. The range from light to dark was insane. Later I'm going to try bringing out some of the detail in the upper part of the dark spot at lower left.
     
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    This is cool. The light from the outside coming inside is what I like the most in his photo. Amazing job!
     
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    I also love the feeling of descending into the darkness. It comes out really well.
     
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    Did you not see the movie "The Cave" what were you thinking.... Cool shot.
     
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    Thanks. I took a hit off of a cigarette and blew a litte puff of smoke up there to get the light beam to show up.

    Check it out, to get in the cave, aside from getting to the remote location, I had to climb down a ladder about 10 feet, descend another 10 feet through a jumble of rocks as big as coffee tables and crawl on hands and knees through about 10 feet of total darkness. The fine, powdery, dust is about 2 inches thick, and can be a real menace. Moving slow is crucial. I spent nearly two hours in there. Thanks again.

    Thank you. Sorry, a lot of movie references just blow by me anymore. This was the fifth trip I've made to this location. Three of those (including the first), I did alone. I took my two oldest grand-daughters (12 & 16) out there a two years ago. I made them crawl in first (see above).
     

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