Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Fun Photos! Carlsbad Caverns Adventure


Here are some of my favorite photos of Carlsbad Caverns, part of our second annual Great Texas Road Trip (+New Mexico). I'm looking at this photo album for my pictures.  It's really cute!  I'm also looking at these stickers and I've already purchased these stickers.  I found some paper that would add some color while staying with the theme because the cave photos are all basically neutral.

This is the natural entrance to the cave, and you can see the switchbacks that lead down gradually.  The switchbacks continue all the way down.  Some are quite steep.

This picture shows how water has formed what looks to me like the teeth of a whale.

This is an old miner's ladder that is still in the cave.  I believe it was used in the early 1900s.

This is called the Silent Bell.

Here is the botton of it.

The sign explains it much better than I could!

This picture demonstrates just how dark it is in most of the cave.  These look like people or skeletons to me in the background.

All of these were formed due to dripping water.

I hope you enjoyed seeing Carlsbad Caverns.  For more fun photos, visit image-in-ing and Wordless Wednesday.

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  1. Yes - the stalitices do have a resemblance to a baleen's teeth, don't they?

    Water has a way of forming - as I had said to me once - "Where water can go; you can go".

    And it seems you've been lots of places in Carlsbad.

    Adelaide Dupont @ Halfway up Rysy Peak

  2. Wow! What an amazing place. SO glad I got to see these shots. Thanks for sharing at


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