Hang Son Doong

Ryan Deboodt takes you on a journey through Hang Son Doong, the largest known cave on the planet.

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Inside The Thurston Lava Tube

The Thurston Lava Tube

Yesterday, the shot was of the entrance to the lava tube. Here’s what it looks from the inside.

Weird Places: Mexico’s Giant Crystal Cave

SciShow explains one of the lesser-known interesting natural places south of the border.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art, Or: Lava Tube Skylight

Hana Lava Tube Skylight

There’s an ancient lava tube in the outskirts of Hana, Hawaii. You need a flashlight to get through most of it, but there are a few, gorgeous points at which the sun manages to pierce the depths. For some reason, this photo makes me think of the cover of a nature magazine, or an album of soothing nature sounds.

Beneath Hana

Hana Lava Tube Entrance

As you reach the outskirts of Hana, you might notice a sign pointing toward the Hana Lava Tube. To get into the cavern, you have to climb down a curved set of stairs built into a hill. It’s teeming with vegetation and moisture; you’d never think something so beautiful and lush was hiding right under your feet! It reminded me of the Metroid series, for some reason…

Weekly Photo Challenge: On The Move, Or: Subway On Saturdays

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Weekly Photo Challenge: On The Move, Or: Subway On Saturdays

Part of my commute involves BART, the main train system for the San Francisco Bay Area. Don’t be fooled by the lack of people; this was taken at the Embarcadero station on a Saturday. If I took this on a weekday evening, there’d be at least 500 more people in this photo.