Hypipamee Hole

Matt Halls

Kirwan, Australia

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This is Mt Hypipamee Crater, Hypipamee National Park, Atherton Tablelands, Queensland Australia
Formed by an explosive eruption of volcanic gases which blasted through solid granite. Apparently, angular blocks of granite as large as refrigerators can be found in the surrounding rainforest, which gives an indication of the powerful explosion that hurled them there.
It’s not a vertical hole, but a submerged passage which turns roughly under where I was standing for this shot, about 80M below the water level… Water level being covered by the mass of duck weed as seen here.
Was an amazing scene…especially at nightfall with no one else around but the rainforest flora & fauna.

As always, thanks in advance for taking the time to look.
Regards,
Matt

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