one of the lava tubes at Undara
Far North Queensland

Canon EOS450D
Sigma 10-20
f/4
ISO 200
20sec
@ 10mm

cropped + levels adjustment in ps

this is what Wikipedia has to say:
Undara Volcanic is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 1,339 km northwest of Brisbane, which is notable for its lava tubes and gem fossicking. Minerals found there include topaz, moonstone, peridot, aquamarine, garnet, quartz and gold. The park contains the remains of the Earth’s longest flow of lava originating from a single volcano.

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