That’s what it felt like at least. I was actually in a cave on Put-In-Bay and this is the ceiling. You go down a staircase and enter another world; a world that could be as far away as the moon for how different it is.
Nothing is too different about this place, just a bunch of rocks worn away by water and the slow ebb of time. But when you enter this world only a few feet below the surface, everything seems foreign. It’s amazing that a whole world can be so close, literally right under your feet, and completely unknown. Whole new experiences can be just a step away.
And to tell the truth about this photo, I don’t really like it. The only thing I like is how it embodies the otherness of the cave.