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Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« on: January 12, 2019, 08:30:50 pm »
Antonia and Andy Freem are concentrating their special talents at Fairy Cave Quarry. Today was day one in Shatter Cave concentrating on cryogenic structures , quarry damage and conservation.

I should have some rushed images along the way.

Saturday in Shatter Cave.

Brief in the car park.

P1120001 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Antonia and Andy with Dave King of the management committee.

P1120003 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Mr O' Doc arrives  with Mandy and Matt Voysey.

P1120008 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr 

These photos are very rushed and could not be taken during filming.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2019, 08:34:59 pm »
Preparing to film.

P1120014 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1120016 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Mandy is singing the sound track.

P1120017 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Cryogenic fracturing.

P1120020 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2019, 08:39:00 pm »
In Erratic Rift.

P1120034 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Filming in Tor Chamber.

P1120047 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1120053 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1120059 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Time to go.

P1120086 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2019, 08:41:19 pm »
The helectites . Long gone. Images 1969.

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The Helectites. Shatter Cave. No more. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Maybe more tomorrow.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2019, 09:18:24 pm »

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2019, 11:57:13 pm »
Someobody trod on them believe it or not.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2019, 07:46:39 am »
Most interesting hearing Andy Freem talking about the cyogenic evidence. Shatter Cave has so much of it and it is amazing that for so many years this evidence was mis understood.  Packing for today's trip which will again be in Shatter Cave.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2019, 08:21:29 pm »
Eight hours filming today with conservation work. The muddy footprints from 50 years ago in Pillar Chamber have been removed today. :clap2: Great news. Photos some time when I am recovered. Two more days to go.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2019, 08:34:08 pm »
TOR, nipped onto your flickr page, the photo of you guys outside in 70s is incredible. Who knew cavers scrubbed up so well.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2019, 01:23:47 am »
I was under the impression that Shatter Cave was closed in the winter for bat conservation. Is this, perhaps, the only Fairy Cave Quarry open in the dark months?

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2019, 05:24:41 am »
None of the caves at FCQ are closed at any time during the year. Most Mendip clubs have their own FCQ warden ( leader ) or trips can be booked through the management committee . Details in Mendip caves book. Quite frankly we dont have that many trips over the year.
We have recognised so much cryogenic material in Shatter Cave it is quite amazing that it has been unrecognised over 50 years. Filming Fernhill and WL today.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #11 on: January 14, 2019, 08:29:14 am »
Balch cave and Hilliers Cave are closed during winter months, along with a handful of other minor sites, but the main caves, including Shatter are indeed available year round for visits.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #12 on: January 14, 2019, 10:45:57 am »
None of the leader caves - Balch, fairy & Hillier's are the ones that are closed for bats.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #13 on: January 14, 2019, 06:02:26 pm »
None of the leader caves - Balch, fairy & Hillier's are the ones that are closed for bats.

Mike

Correct. Yes sorry in a rush this morning. Day three filming in the can now to sort the stills.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #14 on: January 14, 2019, 08:18:22 pm »
Day three completed and my images edited down from 500 to 130.

P1140086 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130250 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

End of the line for one photographer.

P1130249 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #15 on: January 14, 2019, 08:22:53 pm »
P1130224 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Passing by.

P1130213 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130209 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130253 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130201 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130197 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Uh oh. I see a photo splodge coming up ----

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2019, 08:28:14 pm »
P1130188 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130174 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130170 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

As a filmed exercise in conservation almost all of the 50 year old muddy footprints in Pillar Chamber have been removed.

P1130131 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130133 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #17 on: January 14, 2019, 08:33:24 pm »
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P1130112 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130107 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130099 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130094 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


Quite frankly I am knackered. A long final day tomorrow. Will get more images on another time. ( If you want them ).

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #18 on: January 15, 2019, 05:25:43 pm »
Brace yourselves. There will be more soon!  ;D

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #19 on: January 15, 2019, 08:01:08 pm »
Fourth day in Withyhill completed but probably some catch ups required in February. The filming team were very patient with my still photography and for that I thank them. I have edited that down to about 150 images.

If folks want me to continue posting images I can but not if the process is tedious to the viewer.

P1130091 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130088 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

After 50 years give or take I still see new things. This I would never have seen had I not been placing a filming light high up.

P1130083 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #20 on: January 15, 2019, 08:07:57 pm »
P1130071 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


P1130069 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Cryogenic sediment. Can you see the back light boom ?  I could have cloned it out.

P1130066 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130065 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130062 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Light boom left in again.

P1130053 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130024 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


So more or less then  ------ ?   :shrug:

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #21 on: January 16, 2019, 10:01:57 am »
Umm. 5 likes so I am inspired to add a few more --

The Sword and Scimitar.

P1130018 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

I am not sure if the filming couple are used to having themselves photographed whilst at work. In the very small space of time that I had I have tried to capture the essence of their work. I have to thank them for the " intrusion "that they allowed  and the patience that they showed in the course of it.

Antonia and Andy Freem and Colin who helped with the lighting.

P1130014 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130012 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130011 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

I have now a filthy car to wash and a boot load of gear to sort.

I shall return to quote General Mac Arthur.
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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #22 on: January 16, 2019, 10:48:09 am »
Forgive me, but what is a "light boom"?

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #23 on: January 16, 2019, 11:01:36 am »
A selfie stick for a lamp...

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #24 on: January 16, 2019, 11:44:40 am »
Ah the red stick thing that's in the photos... I just assumed it was part of the filming that TOR was photographing.

and I assumed that in P1130066 the red bit was just some protective tape.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #25 on: January 16, 2019, 01:09:14 pm »
Ah the red stick thing that's in the photos... I just assumed it was part of the filming that TOR was photographing.

and I assumed that in P1130066 the red bit was just some protective tape.



Well yes a pole for the LED lamp which is used as back lighting. This was kindly loaned by the Cerberus SS as it is a roller pole for painting the new ceiling. ( the CSS ceiling unfortunately fell down a while back. ) Hand lamps are LED Sky Ray which are cheaply obtainable on the net. I use them as well for live composite mode.

https://gb.lightmalls.com/brand-new-sky-ray-king-4u2-4-cree-xm-l-u2-3-mode-4500-lume-nled-flashlight-4-18650-black?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_9nFuK_y3wIVzJztCh1ZKg94EAQYAiABEgK5a_D_BwE

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #26 on: January 16, 2019, 06:18:39 pm »
Conservation work.

P1130007 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Fernhil and ----

P1140006 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The Concrete Cannon.

P1140008 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Fernhill.

P1140015 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140019 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140022 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #27 on: January 16, 2019, 06:27:15 pm »
Fernhill cont.

The quarry waste barrier. Oh and Colin.


P1140026 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140029 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140031 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Getting the angle.

P1140034 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The curtains. One highlighted in the distance.

P1140036 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140041 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140046 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140050 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The lighting boom.

P1140052 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

You can buy these at Screwfix.

More tomorrow if you are good.


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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #28 on: January 16, 2019, 06:52:39 pm »

P1140026 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Wood in caves is an appalling thing.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #29 on: January 16, 2019, 07:40:06 pm »
Ah the red stick thing that's in the photos... I just assumed it was part of the filming that TOR was photographing.

and I assumed that in P1130066 the red bit was just some protective tape.

Ah... finally spotted that tiny bit of red at the edge of that photo.  No, it didn't ruin the shot for me :)

And as for the 'process being tedious to the viewer', never!  Fabulous pictures, as always.   :thumbsup:

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #30 on: January 17, 2019, 09:32:56 am »
OK Some early context stuff some of which has been posted before.

The Helectites. Long gone.

DS161111084634 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Quarry c 1970. WL entrance centre.

2 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Me at Shatter Cave c1970 by Peter Glanvill.

1 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Smashed calcite slope below Aven Chamber, Balch Cave c 1970.

Balch Aven Chamber etc. Where we found a way in. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Withybrook Fault c 1970



DS161109215938 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

WL entrance c 1969.

Fairy Cave Quarry 1970's by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Muddy footprints in Shatter 1969.

Shatter. Pillar Chamber. Originall WCC member's foot prints. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #31 on: January 17, 2019, 09:49:05 am »
Withyhill 1972 showing the guiding fault that can also be seen at Hillwithy entrance.

Withyhill just after discovery after the excavater had cleared the entrance. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Withyhill entrance after we had asked the quarry folk to back fill the big hole.

Withyhill. Working to make the first entrance gate after the quarry had refilled the entrance. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

WL and Shatter c 1970.

WL and Shatter Cave 1970's by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Fairy by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

First Shatter entrance c 1970. Is that you Mr O' Doc. ?

Shatter Cave entrance. 1970's by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #32 on: January 17, 2019, 06:17:55 pm »
Just heard two more days in February are required to finish up the filming.

Fernhill.

P1140055 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140056 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140062 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140070 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

WL Cave.

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P1140089 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #34 on: January 18, 2019, 09:47:28 am »
Cryogenic fracturing and regrowth in WL.

P1140118 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Andy Freem in WL.

P1140121 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

WL.

P1140127 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

This time with circles.

P1140090 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pineapple Grotto. Sadly damaged.

P1140130 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140136 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140139 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #35 on: January 18, 2019, 10:55:50 am »
One of those photos is mine Nick as you know well. I have already posted it on Facebook.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #36 on: January 18, 2019, 11:19:45 am »
One of those photos is mine Nick as you know well. I have already posted it on Facebook.

If you mean the one of me I have clearly marked it as yours. If another please advise.


Ahh all sorted by phone. Yes the one of me. Sadly Flickr adds the name of the account holder so gives the impression that it is the account holders image. Now I have paid for Flickr Pro I am using that instead of Photobucket.
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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #38 on: January 18, 2019, 03:09:06 pm »
Well yes Laurie. Do I show my relatively poor images and try to tell a story or hoard them at home perhaps chucking a few on Facebook. Not everyone likes what I do here and, of course, they are welcome to their opinion. I have over 4,000 cave related images now so it is getting a bit hard to manage such a mass. Many will go into Photobooks which may survive myself and the social media. Ultimately you have to live with what you believe in and take the expected knocks you know will arrive. Maybe its something about legacy. What you leave behind when you are gone. Hopefully for the good. My mate had hoards of diving related research he would let nobody see. He died diving and left nothing as a legacy. Many years of work for nothing. Lord knows where his stuff is now. Much of his work was actually repeated as folk never knew it had been done.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #39 on: January 18, 2019, 05:05:44 pm »
Roots WL Cave.

P1140154 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Withyhill.


Broken Curtain Chamber. Peter Glanvill in the distance.

P1150005 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Microgours on stal.

P1150012 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Shelf support.

P1150016 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

No support.

P1150019 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Andy Freem with Peter Glanvill.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #40 on: January 18, 2019, 05:36:42 pm »
Well yes Laurie. Do I show my relatively poor images and try to tell a story or hoard them at home perhaps chucking a few on Facebook. Not everyone likes what I do here and, of course, they are welcome to their opinion. I have over 4,000 cave related images now so it is getting a bit hard to manage such a mass. Many will go into Photobooks which may survive myself and the social media. Ultimately you have to live with what you believe in and take the expected knocks you know will arrive. Maybe its something about legacy. What you leave behind when you are gone. Hopefully for the good. My mate had hoards of diving related research he would let nobody see. He died diving and left nothing as a legacy. Many years of work for nothing. Lord knows where his stuff is now. Much of his work was actually repeated as folk never knew it had been done.

Like many other cave photographers we have an extremely large database of cave related photos dating back many years, including entrances, underground shots, formations, foreign trips, digging and exploration. These are all sorted, named and dated. The database is easy to search and all of the photos will all be offered to the MCRA or other relevant groups.

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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #41 on: January 18, 2019, 06:50:02 pm »
There's nothing poor about your pictures OR. Your constant supply of great photos are as close as I am ever likely get to penetrating the depths now or in the future.
I have a bebilitating condition which means I'm unlikely to ever go into anything other than a show cave. I gave up cave photography when nothing seemed to turn out the way I wanted it. I spent 10 years as a 'weekend professional' reporting for a major Land Rover magazine, I've spent most of my life taking pictures of mountains and I'm currently on a project in the Bishop's Palace Gardens.
I'm still trying to find out what I'm good at.
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Re: Four Days Filming at Fairy Cave Quarry
« Reply #42 on: January 19, 2019, 06:30:15 am »
Withyhill.

We only got part way into Withyhill during filming. ( up to Barabobath's Bath ). Interestingly we saw nothing cryogenic that we could recognise though there are lots of sediments .

P1150028 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1150031 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

This sediment bank collapsed in floods a few years ago.

P1150040 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1150036 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Limit of filming on the day at Barabobath's Bath.

P1150057 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1150060 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1150068 - Copy by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1150075 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1150087 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Colin in Stal Shuffle.

P1150093 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Andy Freem in Stal Shuffle.

P1150109 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

That's it until the next time. I have been invited back to assist so will stick the old TG2 in my pocket. We have a particular conservation job in mind ( hence the post on Milliputt ). Hopefully there will be time to film it and complete work in Withyhill. There are many hours of film " in the can " . Over eight hours for Shatter Cave alone so how things will end up after the edit I do not now. Maybe even two films.