From their website, "Ohio Caverns is the largest and most beautiful of all Ohio Caves. Its exquisite crystal-white stalactite and stalagmite formations are nowhere to be found in greater profusion of artistic settings. The diversity of formations and unexcelled coloring are all the more interesting because the formations are still in the process of development so be sure to bring your camera to keep these memories."
Both Ryan and I had the day off so we decided to make the trip to Ohio Caverns for a tour. The drive was about 45 minutes but it was so worth it. The caves keep a steady 54 degrees no matter what the temperature is outside--it was a treat considering it was in the mid-90s.
It took me some time to think about how I wanted to present the photos I took. I actually like how they look in both black & white and color. In b&w, they feel very eerie and abstract. In color, you can get a general idea of what being in the cave is like. There is definitely more depth in the color edits versus the b&w. I'll post both though because I can, dammit.
There is more condensed information on the wikipedia page explaining the different rooms and formations.