Caves

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  1. toruonu

    toruonu TPF Noob!

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    Was in caves recently. The pictures were taken in absolute darkness with just the flashlight as a light source. Exposure times were ca 25-30 seconds. The water hasn't been disturbed for a long time so it's perfectly flat (no air moving either).

    #1 - deep in the rock
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    #2 - closer to border
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    Lemme know what you think?
     
  2. Ripnowell45

    Ripnowell45 TPF Noob!

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    Wow that is really cool... Good work
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow. These are interesting! VERY!
    A cave ... I have been in caves twice in my life, and both were well prepared for the public with light installations and all that, so not to be compared with this one. Wow. Must have been ever so interesting to photograph there! And the outcome is amazing. I really love the first here! Coolest!
     
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    Freakin Awesome
     
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    neat shots, i've been caving a few times but never had photos turn out this good... good job. is that "rabbit hole" in the first shot a natural formation? looks like someone hand chiseled themselves a tunnel...
     
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    nope, they were 70 years ago used for mining. But are now abandoned and under protection as they are habited by bats during the winter. I have a few shots of them as well :) Will post later.
     
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    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    oooohh very nice
    the first shots looks like it goes on forever
     

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