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    Black Hole of Calcutta, Blue Mountains, Australia. Photo: Carsten Peter, National Geographic

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    Rappelling into the Black Hole of Calcutta, Blue Mountains, Australia Photograph by Carsten Peter, National Geographic “It feels like being swallowed by the Earth,” says photographer Carsten Peter of the first of three rappels into the Black Hole of Calcutta in Claustral Canyon, located in Australia's Blue Mountains. Experienced canyoneers avoid it after heavy rains. “The immense power of the maelstrom is responsible for the wide, rounded shape. I liked the transition from dim daylight (ferns on

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