I want to include lots of bizarre and striking locations in my next TB adventure. National Geographic is my friend! http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/traveler-magazine/photo-contest/2013/entries/gallery/outdoor-scenes-week-11/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_tw20130625travel-tpccave&utm_campaign=Content/#/4
Have you considered locations like the pit-churches in Lalibela, Ethiopia?
Imagine opening a door and being blinded by the noonday sun overhead… and 50’ or more of sheer wall, and being confronted with a darkened building in the center of the pit you emerged into…
Feel free to post more crazy locations!
Playing D&D I always felt difficult imagining the Elemental Plane of Earth. Not anymore
Stay cool 8)
Holy cats. That is amazing.
Luray Cavern: The Wishing Well
Luray Cavern: Giant’s Hall
Luray Cavern: Dream Lake
Clarksville Cave: You want me to go where?
Clarksville Cave: More fun with water
Clarksville Cave: Negotiating a Squeeze
Always been a fan of the Parisian catacombs… that’s much more fun to have beneath a city than sewers.
The San Francisco Catacombs in Lima, Peru:
More of the San Francisco Catacombs:
Derinkuyu: The Underground City (Cappadocia)
One of my good gaming friends caved in Clarksville, as I recall. Another gamer I know actually led tour groups through there for her job. (I hope I’m remembering right.) I may have to make some Torchbearer recommends…
Myself I like the Sedlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic, which features a variety of art created from the bones and skulls of thousands of people, including a huge chandelier, Schwarzenberg family crest, pyramidal mounds, and more. It is beautiful and grotesque.
I was there in 2002. I asked about the designs of the bones. I was told that they were placed in the pattern by archaeologists who had recently descended into the pit to count and inventory the bones. Originally they were in a jumble. After they counted them they put them back in a pattern.