Crystal Onyx Cave

 
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Just one of the many neat formations in this small cave at KY Down Under. Taken without a flash at 400 ISO with the lights in the cave on while we toured it.

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Guest - May 16, 2007 10:26 AM EDT
Wise comments, Jay. I've done what you suggest, and have SOME success in caves, but thatnks to the digital world can usually salvage a few images. This is stunning. (I have anti-shake on my Konica-Minolta, but it doesn't always behave!) Vicki
Guest - May 15, 2007 06:40 PM EDT
Hello Vicki. Nope, I didn't use a tripod. My camera has vibration reduction :) I think one thing that helps if you cant lean up against or prop your arms on something is to not hold your arms out but keep your elbows to your body with your forearms out. Even that can help reduce the shakes. You'll have to look down at the monitor on your camera, but I think its worth it not to have blurry pics. Or at least, less chance of 'em
Guest - May 15, 2007 03:51 AM EDT
Beautiful image. It was nice that you didn't need a time exposure.
Guest - May 14, 2007 10:27 PM EDT
Beautiful, Jay. As many times as I passed that cave I never had enough time to go in - or it was too late in the day. Next time I'll stop for sure. Were you using a tripod? My cave pics always come out with coffee shakes! Vicki
Guest - May 14, 2007 10:04 PM EDT
What a intense looking picture with all those rock formations. So many shapes and sizes.
Guest - May 14, 2007 09:37 PM EDT
An interesting image, very nice, I don't think you would get me down there though.

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