Underground Landscapes

It’s underground season so you can expect more underground landscapes or throwbacks to the autumn trips I still haven’t processed. The pictures in this post are from an underground quarry we explored recently.

In 1922 the local authority got the permit to start the quarrying and in 1976 an organisation got a permit to use the quarry for mushroom-growing so this means that it is a pretty young quarry and it also looks like that.

This quarry is perfect for bats, they hang on the ceiling everywhere so walking through this quarry has to be done with caution since they sometimes hang a couple of decimetres above your head. I found one very big one, but I don’t know what kind it is.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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