From Santa Cruz.
We briefly explored these giant lava tubes on Santa Cruz island; they formed long ago when surface lava cooled and hardened, but the hot lava in the center still flowed, leaving big cave-like tunnels. It’s a fascinating part of the islands’ geological history. It was dark down in the tube, so all my pictures are terrible, but I thought this one had a cool composition, looking up and out of the cave.
I want to share this butterfly photo from La Selva Ecolodge in Ecuador, because it was the one my husband picked for this challenge ❤