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    Cave Valley, Zion National Park

    Cave Valley in the Kolob Terrace section of Zion National Park

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    Is that referred to as the Mother Earth Cave?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelon1 View Post
    Is that referred to as the Mother Earth Cave?
    No--MOE is a bit North of these.

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    That's a fun place to visit, good photos!
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    No--MOE is a bit North of these.
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    I'd say that the 8th shot, looking out of the cave, is looking North toward MOE. And in the 9th shot the person is looking North toward MOE - would you agree?

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    Wonderful photos!
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    Cave Valley, Zion National Park

    Quote Originally Posted by dkushner View Post
    oldno7

    I'd say that the 8th shot, looking out of the cave, is looking North toward MOE. And in the 9th shot the person is looking North toward MOE - would you agree?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkushner View Post
    oldno7

    I'd say that the 8th shot, looking out of the cave, is looking North toward MOE. And in the 9th shot the person is looking North toward MOE - would you agree?
    Yes, across that valley and West

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    I'd say that the 8th shot, looking out of the cave, is looking North toward MOE. And in the 9th shot the person is looking North toward MOE - would you agree?
    That shot is looking roughly north, but MOE's opening faces in another direction. So, this is in the direction of the rock where MOE cave is located, but not in the direction of the actual entrance.
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