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Fulk

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3 little cavers in a big cave:
 

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Maisie Syntax

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I wonder whether it was a self portrait, perhaps a sketch, perhaps a watercolour... perhaps.


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Unsure as to the reason for the above. :unsure:
None of your suggested mediums; just finishing off the the survey of the North by North End Pot / Lean Bean Connection - whilst in the sensible world, we should have been in the pub.
Equipment - Second hand Huawei P30 Pro from ebay @ around £100. Nothing else.
 

The Old Ruminator

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Falling drops. Cropped from the original and worked a bit on the contrast. An experimental shot with the tiny torch only to illuminate the platform at 20m depth though 5m below the viewpoint. Hoping for a water reflection. The drops were pure luck again. The TG 6 giving F2 . 1/13 sec. 800 ISO. Flash turned off.

 

Maisie Syntax

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Was much found on the other side and did it go, I know the location, not been there for a few years.
Quite a lot of big stuff, although to get to that, there was an even longer bolt traverse across a huge drop, on what is without doubt the most friable rock/clay I've ever had to contend with, even up there. Everything collapsing around us, including false floors giving way at the lightest contact. Big stuff going up and down, but ultimately no way even remotely possible to any further reaches of 'lost' ground. I don't think that there is any chance of it appearing on any YouTube explorer channel in the foreseeable ;)
 

Mr Mike

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Quite a lot of big stuff, although to get to that, there was an even longer bolt traverse across a huge drop, on what is without doubt the most friable rock/clay I've ever had to contend with, even up there. Everything collapsing around us, including false floors giving way at the lightest contact. Big stuff going up and down, but ultimately no way even remotely possible to any further reaches of 'lost' ground. I don't think that there is any chance of it appearing on any YouTube explorer channel in the foreseeable ;)
Thanks, from plans I estimate that from the Limonite flat it's about 275m to the forehead in that area, does that tally, do have an idea of far along you got?
 

The Old Ruminator

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Still experimenting with the mini cluster. This with a triple on the stick. Good thing about the stick is that you can get a better angle. The shaft was steamy but I got the angle right for the reflection. f2 1/25 sec ISO 800 . Flash off. Slight crop to close it up bringing it down to 3.34 Mb.

 

The Old Ruminator

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Yea. Cheating again. Took our nice lady local down. A very rushed photo job to serve her as a souvenir. Screenshot via Flickr so reduced res at 1.7Mb. All lit by the large LED light. TG6 I Auto. No set up. The lot all done within an hour.

 

The Old Ruminator

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Number three for this week. On my own so wanted something differant. Triple cluster held low daylight through the hole in the shaft cap. f2 1/30 320 ISO. The I Auto will push the aperture before the ISO. The exposure time is OK. I am not sure if you can tinker with these settings. Not on I Auto but back to Programme but then you would have to guess I suppose. Like I say its all a compromise and ultimately just doing it for fun is my game.

 
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