The patterns in the flood and the great stone gates intrigue me. Are the makers of these things long dead, making the people in this picture explorers? Or are they still alive and well, a shy people in hiding from these two strangers? Or even better, are
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Caves of Ajanta (India). 'They may have been ascetics, but the 2nd-century-BC monks who created the Ajanta caves had an eye for the dramatic. The 30 rock-cut forest grottoes punctuate the side of a horseshoe-shaped cliff . The architecture and towering stupas made these caves inspiring places in which to meditate and live.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/maharashtra/ajanta
Tonophria concept art ★ || omg what if on the ice planet eva (and probs khel too eventually) have to take shelter from a storm in some small ice caves, but they discover that the caves open up and are MASSIVE and contain the ruins of a deserted old city. maybe they find something interesting in the city???