At a bell cave (mountains ). Photo by BoazR
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At a bell cave

Uploaded by: BoazR

Friday May 17, 2013

Beit Govrin, Israel

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5. cyril8
3:54 PM GMT on May 25, 2013
Beautiful composition with that person portraying the size of this interesting place!
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4. Wanderoo
7:51 PM GMT on May 21, 2013
After witnessing the coverage of the tornado in Oklahoma, I couldn't help but think a Bell Cave would be a great place to be during a tornado. However, Oklahoma does not have the kind of geology that would offer such a site.

Your photo is so peaceful & beautiful. Feels good after watching the disaster in Moore, OK. Thank you.
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3. Wanderoo
7:47 PM GMT on May 21, 2013
After witnessing the coverage of the tornado in Oklahoma, I couldn't help but think a Bell Cave would be a great place to be during a tornado. However, Oklahoma does not have the kind of geology that would offer such a site.

Your photo is so peaceful & beautiful. Feels good after watching the disaster in Moore, OK. Thank you.
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2. BEME
3:16 PM GMT on May 21, 2013
Just amazing rock formation,,,these look like they were underground once? Sediment base?? Anyway,,,very unusual caves!! Thank You for sharing!!!CONGRATULATIONS!!!:)))
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1. Biskitten
8:33 PM GMT on May 19, 2013
Awesome shot - AC Congrats, Boaz!
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