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    Reed Flute Cave - Guilin, Guangxi, China | Image Credit: James P. Nelson of National Geographic | This cave is named for the reeds that grow outside the entrance which can be made into flutes. The natural limestone cave is lit with multicolored lights, creating an otherworldly landscape of beauty. |

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    There is no way to sit inside the Earth and not be overcome... both by beauty and by the alieness around you. Carol... (Reed Flute Cave, Guangxi, China,

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    Reed Flute Cave, Guangxi Zhuangzu region, China. Cave cavern pool underground blue...

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