Monday, January 26, 2015

Caves

 Caves have  always fascinated me.  The Caves in Bhimbetka have some of the oldest rock paintings, which tell us about the life in the StoneAge onwards.
 The caves in Apsarakonda have a spectacular view extending to the ocean. Holy men of yore used these caves for meditation.
 The cave near Dandeli in the Western Ghats has these charming wildflowers at its entrance.
 HoyaCarnosa which is blooming in my garden now , perfumes the whole garden in the night.
My thanks to the team of Our World Tuesday.
Thanks also to Mrs.Nesbitt, Roger and others on the ABCWednesday team

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful view from Apsarakonda cave! The Hoya flowers are really pretty!

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  2. This view is amazing. Great shots!

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  3. I think caves are fascinating and the flowers and colors are beautiful!! Terrific captures for the day!! Hope you have a wonderful week!!

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  4. Caves are so fascinating. The only caves we have in my country are in the south in the province of Limburg and I believe that they are not natural, but man-made.They were marl limestone pits.
    Thanks for sharing your caves.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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  5. caves are very mysterious.

    the hoya is beautiful.

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  6. That's true, caves are misterious and fascinating !

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  7. I love that shot from the cave looking out!

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  8. Looks the perfect cave for our stone age ancestors and such a pretty view.

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  9. Exciting cave, and beautiful flowers!

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  10. CAVES are most definitely COOL, sometimes in temperature!
    ROG, ABCW

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  11. yes caves are fascinating yet also a little creepy

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