A Cave Almost Forgotten
These are pictures of the inside of a cave in north Georgia. I have been to this cave a few times long ago. the pictures reminded me of some its traits that I thought was out of my memory forever. I think it is amazing from seeing a pile of rocks or a dip or a slope and I know exactly what is just outside the picture... or was, anyway.
I want to thank Kevin Glenn, who took the pictures and sharing them. Kevin is one of the resource managers of the cave which is managed by the National Speleological Society.
The whole rural area surrounding the cave was not much more than a garbage dump where people dumped their old cars and garbage. And inside the gave vandals and graffiti artists did their damage as well. Thanks to Kevin and his group the place is looking much better now. Which to quote Mammy Yokum, "Better is Gooder".
But the down side is that the cave is no longer opened to the public. We proved we are too abusive to get near the place.
Above: The main entrance on the outside.
(remember, click on the pictures to make them more breath taking)
The main entrance a few steps in.
Another shot a few feet in the main entrance looking down.
Deep inside the main entrance. See the little fellow almost in the center of picture? That give you an idea how big the room in.
The Big Room.
Broken Formations, probably souvenirs.