World’s smallest sinkhole

By: paulhassing

Jun 17 2010

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Category: Photo, Photograph, Photographer, Photography, Uncategorized


Focal Length:4.1mm
Shutter:1/0 sec

I was going to call this photo ‘Square peg’ but world events gave me a better idea.

I took a dozen close-up photos of this phenomenon, but none captured every facet.

There was literally too much going on!

The ‘cavern’ is a full-on micro-environment, complete with moisture, detritus and critters.

The woodgrain tells its own stories, and the lichen … well let’s just say we’ll cover the lichen elsewhere.

Meanwhile, here’s the ‘general’ shot you’d probably see if a tiny news crew in a tiny helicopter did a tiny fly-by . 🙂


2 comments on “World’s smallest sinkhole”

  1. I’m enjoying seeing that you’re enjoying your new camera so much! Glad you’re happy with it.

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