Holes in Nature

Challenge #146 in the Life in the Natural World series. Hosted by RuthC.
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This challenge is all about holes, singular or plural, which we find in nature. The hole/holes can be very very small, (an ant or spider's hole in the ground) or very, very large, (a sink hole, a crater, a cave opening, or blow hole on a rocky shoreline.) Your entry can be botanical, animal or mineral. No man-made structures, or holes caused by man. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size: 1,600px MAXIMUM on the longer side.
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A View Through The Arch
Barracuda School
Cenote Rays
The heart
Mesa Arch Sunrise
delicate arch
Pfeiffer State Beach
Big Sur
ROCKvsTIME
Twins
Dwejra Point at Gozo (Malta)
Big hole; small hole
"The Doorway" at Pfeiffer Beach
Cenote Ik kil
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Monstera Deliciosa Leaf
Some Holes are Very Small
Some Holes are Very Large
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