Brona, who blog about book at Brona’s Books, is also a fantastic photographer and loves traveling. She invited me to her Thursday Travels meme.
I don’t travel much, but I thought I could give it a try.
Last June, I went to hike in the Shenandoah National Park, Virginia.
North of it are the most amazing Luray Caverns, where I took this picture.
You are actually seeing a little lake. The water is so pure that the reflection is perfect, and even when you see it for real, it’s about impossible to distinguish between what’s under the water and what’s reflected from the ceiling.
This was an incredible place. Very long and high in dimensions.
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That is a National Park I look forward to visiting someday. Great photo!
Yes, we had great hiking there, and we stayed in an unusual AIRBNB, maybe I’ll say more about it next Thursday!
Wow, that’s so cool! I haven’t been to Virginia in years.
Definitely worth the trip!
My grandmother–the Lucy for whom I was named–grew up on a dairy farm in the Shenandoah Valley, such a beautiful area! Glad you enjoyed your trip there and your visit to the caverns. I’ve never been inclined (or brave enough) to see the sights underground, though I know the parts open to visitors are quite safe. But I love seeing the dramatic pictures of the rooms, high-ceilinged as a cathedral in places.
This is a very safe cavern, and I don’t think you would feel claustrophobic in there. It’s unbelievably majestic
What a fascinating photo – I really can’t tell where the boundary between the real and image lies.
Thanks for joining in my travel photography challenge 🙂
You are welcome. And the effect is even more stunning on site