Thursday, March 26, 2009

Howes Cave, New York: Howe Caverns

One of the problems of visiting caves involves photographs. There's no real up in a cave, so when a picture is taken it is difficult to know which way to turn the photo for display. The shot is a good example of that theory; you probably could look at it from any direction and it would have a similar effect.

Howe Caverns is part of a large complex southeast of Utica in Upstate New York. There's actually a lake in these caves, and visitors take a boat ride on it, which is rather unusual. It's always in the low 50's underground, so dress appropriately.

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