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Lava tubes - Undara



The tubes were created when molten lava moved along river beds that ran

steeply downhill.  Cooler air or damp sand meant that a crust formed

around the hot flow, and this kept moving downhill until the eruption ceased,

leaving an empty tube. Over time, weather erosion causes various parts

of the tubes to collapse. This impression erupted as we drove away

from our visit to Undara.




 acrylic on Canson paper

paper size: 

 240 mm h x  320 mm w



AUD 350

Frame: black   mount: black 


framed size: 390 mm h x 470 mm w