Finally in this post, we make it to the grotto :-). And we are not disappointed with the wonders!

Under the ledge, the algae crust has many colors!

This section of algae was orangey!

I believe Jeanne collected some of this moss. A lot of the light color on the moss is sand.

Rough nodules covered with algae and colorful minerals.

Patterns in the underside of a ledge.

A close view! I bet there is a special name for this type and if you know it…speak up!

Isn’t this a amazing color? It almost was fluorescing with its pink!


We made it! The grotto!

The Maidenhair Ferns are brown now, but will liven back up. This is not the end of the Dixon trip. We still have a ways to go!

Evidence of Europe’s first Homo sapiens found in French cave

Underwater Photographer of the Year 2022 results gallery

Chimpanzees Observed Applying Insects to Wounds – A Potential Case of Medication?

Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

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