New Mexico: Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Sulfuric acid dissolved limestone to create more than 119 caves full of stalactites below the Chihuahuan Desert in southern New Mexico. Above the famous caverns, visitors experience desert wildlife, blooming cacti, and ancient canyons. 

The artwork features rustic, textured images of cave interiors, with abstract-like lines and shadows.

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Twin Pillars

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Ripples In The Dark

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Desert Succulent

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One of the hundreds of plant species can be seen in the park above the caverns.

Blue Light Special

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With visitors to the Big Room able to use various forms of flashlights and headlamps, the resulting mix of impromptu light color adds an other-worldliness to Carlsbad Caverns.

The Original Way In

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This is one of the early exploratory ladders used to traverse the cavern.

Rock Ood

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This formation resembles an alien from a popular science fiction series called the Ood.


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The speleothems in the Carlsbad Caverns have a drapery like appearance to them. In my opinion, these cave formations were the most interesting to see inside the cavern.