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« Reply #129 on: April 28, 2019, 08:01:55 pm »
Withyhill.

Pink Pillar Chamber.

I came across this recently. As far as I know only a handful of people know where it is. I want to keep it that way due to the rare mud and crystal floor deposit.

Pink Pillar Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1190046 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1190044 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1190048 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1190049 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pink Pillar Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pink Pillar Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pink Pillar Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr



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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #130 on: April 28, 2019, 08:13:32 pm »
Well thats about 515 images to date.  I wonder if that gets to be near the longest photo thread on any forum. I was going to stop at 500 but I might as well adda few more.

Sunset at Vurley.

Sunset above Vurley Jan 2017. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Willie Stanton in Reservoir Hole by Pete Rose but I was there.

Willie Stanton in Reservoir Hole by Pete Rose. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Me in Withyhill by Pete Rose. Early 1970's.

Withyhill. Me by Pete Rose c 1973 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill The leg end. Ha Ha.

P1100078 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

See you later ---

The Old Fool in Vurley by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #131 on: April 29, 2019, 07:51:13 am »
Very many thanks for a wonderful tour OR.   :clap2:
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« Reply #132 on: April 29, 2019, 10:24:12 am »
Thanks Laurie.

Here is one from my SW Australia trip. The Gloucester Tree, Pemberton.

Nearly 60m up to the top platform. Not a cave but it makes one realise that a head for heights in the daytime is nothing like the same as a dark cave. Yup just made it with wobbly legs.

Gloucester Tree, Pemberton, SW Australia by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Gloucester Tree, Pemberton, SW Australia by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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« Reply #133 on: April 29, 2019, 10:38:18 am »
So. A few more Withyhill.

Excavated crawl at North Choke.

P2070040 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Withyhill cont.

P1050166 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050061 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Trouble is I have so many of Withyhill over many years that I tend to forget where in the cave they were taken. Some subjects are found by chance like Pink Pillar Chamber. Some macro shots are long forgotten places mainly off tourist routes.

P1050135 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050169 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050159 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050134 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050070 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050124 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050118 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

I tend to leave caver subjects out of many pretty shots. With such beautiful things a caver can be a distraction. Mostly scale can be seen particularly when straws are present.

P1050104 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050066 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1050080 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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« Reply #134 on: April 29, 2019, 11:02:37 am »
For a change a few more of Vurley.

Dont look up. La La Land. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pete Rose kibble hauling in La La Land. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3210124 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Nigel Cox in La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tony Boycott in La La Land. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tony Boycott in La La Land. Vurley Swallet by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Bottom. Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill in La La Land, Vurley by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill's wall. Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill in Vurley by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill in Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pass the parcel. Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Chris Milne and Nigel Cox in Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Chris Milne in Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Nigel Cox in La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4250100 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

After the fall. La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4110067 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4060078 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pitch belay. La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

La La Land by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4060085 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4250021 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill and Nigel Cox in Vurley. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Oh dear. I seem to have an endless fascination for digging photos. I love the concept and the ability to do things differently with simple lighting. I have a " thing " about scaffolding. I do hope its not unhealthy.  Anyway it all gets me out of actually doing any work for a couple of minutes. ( for which I constantly get abused. ) I think Vurley must hold the record for the most photographed cave per square metre in the world. Must have over a 1,000 images of this 200m ( ish ) long cave. Now that may well be an unhealthy obsession.

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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #135 on: April 30, 2019, 08:14:02 am »
Tuesday is caving day so hope to be here later --


Trevor and Pete in The Hunters. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


We used to laugh at the old caving gits seated around this table 50 years ago. Now its us !

The Hunters is a pub where very little has changed . Half a shandy and a cheese roll please.

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« Reply #136 on: April 30, 2019, 06:22:07 pm »
Well I had a pint of shandy today in the Hunters. Sadly I am now wrecked. Torn some muscles in my back hauling boulders about in Vurley. Well I can mention a certain friend who broke his leg caving solo in Swildons. Took an hour to crawl out of the entrance series and another hour to crawl across the field. No names of course from me.

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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #137 on: April 30, 2019, 07:07:12 pm »
That's a relief, OR, to read that you did your back in hauling boulders about and not by lifting that pint of shandy!

On a more serious note, do be careful - it's so easy to do your back in, especially as Anno Domini takes its toll.  Rest up and get well soon.
"That, of course, is the dangerous part about caves:  you don't know how far they go back, sometimes... or what is waiting for you inside."   JRR Tolkein: "The Hobbit"

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« Reply #138 on: April 30, 2019, 07:08:16 pm »
Withyhill.

Upper streamway. Withyhill by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Beyond the second choke at the end of the streamway.

PC200055 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

PC200038 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Terminal Chamber. Stream Passage. Withyhill by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Horrible choke.

Upsteam end. First Choke. Withyhill by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Awkward squeeze at Icing Flake Chamber.

Squeeze beyond Icing Flake Chamber. Withyhill by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Flood route Withyhill to Hillwithy.

Withyhill flood Dec 2016 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Recent flood scour.

PC080101 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Recent flood scour and bank collapse.

Collapsed gravel bank. Withyhill. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Under water.

Pearl Chamber submerged. Withyhill by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jonathans Chamber.

Jonathan's Chamber. Withyhill. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Helectite Corner.

PC080010 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

PC080017 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Leaf from flood.

Withyhill. Flood debris by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

PC080006 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr



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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #139 on: May 01, 2019, 08:41:41 pm »
49949918_540394569792696_1463918514552176640_n by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


Withybrook Slocker after a severe flood which also flooded Withyhill Cave.

IMG_3177 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

A young me by Pete Rose.

Early me by Pete Rose. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

An old me by me. Can you spot the differance ?

PB150109 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

A Mendip dew pond.

P6140135 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Very deep shaft in a quarry. As far as I know still not investigated. Very restricted access.

IMG_2334_edited-1 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Balch Cave. Aven Chamber series.

Balch Aven Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Balch Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Peter Glanvill in Balch Aven Chamber. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Balch Aven Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4080390 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Balch Aven Chamber by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins.

Tween Twins. Live Composite Mode by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070339 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Roots in Tween Twins, Mendip by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070302 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070299 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070258 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070298 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins. Mendip by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Little Man Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The Little Man. Tween Twins. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070271 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Flies on stal Tween Twins.

Flies in Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P4070206 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Dead flies in Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins botryoidal stalagmites. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins, Mendip by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins pom pom by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Tween Twins macro. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #140 on: May 01, 2019, 08:44:44 pm »
612 images to here.

I might aim for the 1,000 . See how it goes.

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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #141 on: May 02, 2019, 08:59:23 am »
Keep 'em coming OR, they're not letting me out of hospital 'til Tuesday at the earliest.
I need some great entertainment.   :)
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« Reply #142 on: May 02, 2019, 12:58:06 pm »
We old folk must look after each other Laurie. I hope you are getting better. I did not realise that a back strain hurt so much until I looked it up on the internet. " Spasms with severe pain ". Ah thats what it is says I crawling up the stairs. Still wonderful Naproxin is helping a lot.

A couple to be going on with. Fairly recognisable but I cant say where cus of the drone which got us into trouble a while back.

P3080293 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Oh. Bum The Flickr code says where but dont tell anyone. It was a long while back and very naughty and should never be repeated.

The Bridge GB Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080223 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080074 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080215 - Copy by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080117 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080142 - Copy by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080157 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3080327 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

And my favourite of the batch again " Encounters --- "

Close Encounters by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Read today about the first case in the UK of " Granny Dumping ". You get old and stupid and the kids dump you somewhere with no money or papers. Quite popular in America but they invented it with the old indian tribes. Bloke from my town involved. Something else to worry about as you get old.



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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #143 on: May 02, 2019, 01:38:09 pm »
Quick change of subject.

Shatter Cave.

P3010371 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010366 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010362 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Look for the cryogenic stuff.

P3010355 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010354 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Dislocation. Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010320 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010319 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010315 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010314 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #144 on: May 03, 2019, 09:03:31 am »
There is just not enough filth on this forum.


Only The Lonely.  Jill's Slither, Reservoir Hole.


Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

PC270106 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

PC270121 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

With all due respect to aqua digger Mike " Kushy " and of course the photographer got mucky as well.

All washed off to exit the cave.
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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #145 on: May 03, 2019, 02:44:27 pm »
Chain Chamber, Reservoir Hole.

Chain Chamber, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Chain Chamber, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Chain Chamber, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Reflections. Withyhill

P1150072 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Withyhill.

P1150040 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

WL Cave.

P1140130 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140086 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Fernhill.

P1140055 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140050 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140040 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140008 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140046 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1140036 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Shatter Cave

P1130018 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130065 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130069 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130094 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1130148 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P1120059 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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

P1120020 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

" Billy No Mates" at Vurley.

P8020002 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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« Reply #146 on: May 03, 2019, 03:01:35 pm »
Capper Glanvill at Vurley.

P8070014 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Un named passage at Vurley.

P5010347 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The Vurley Mining Company.

P3040207 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Pete Rose at Vurley.

pete rose 123 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Laying conveyor belt at Jill's Slither.

Jill's Slither Dig, Reservoir Hole. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Cryogenic related collapse at Shatter Cave.

Cryogenic heave and sediment removal. Shatter. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Cryogenic fracturing and displacement Shatter Cave probably post Hoxnian interglacial.

Cryogenic stalagmite. Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Cryogenic stalagmite. Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Balloon Man, Jill's Slither.

PC040092 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Manganese splash at Jill's.

Jill's Slither, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither Dig.

PC040071 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Jill's Slither, Reservoir Hole by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Near 20m pitch at Vurley.

Vurley by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


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Re: My Favourite Photographs
« Reply #147 on: May 04, 2019, 09:32:45 am »
Image count 679.

Not one for me ---

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Loop The Loop

P3010264_edited-1 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Travel with care.

P3010232_edited-1 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Knotted

P3010210 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Little drips.

P3010292 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010284 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Bunnies Ears.

Shater Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010279 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Close enough.

P3010268 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Baby.

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The Cross.

P3010248 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Up the wall.

P3010230 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Follow me.

P3010209 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

All up hill.

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

The knot at the end.

Shatter Cave helectites by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Saw tooth.

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Photographer at work.

Nicola Ricens cave photographer. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010175 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr



P3010166 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Nicky by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010084 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Nicky, Shatter Cave. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010039 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Nicola Richens cave photographer by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr


Apart from scaffolding I love to take photos of other cave photographers at work.  Nicky works a bit like me. She can see an image forming in her mind before she takes the photo. Photography is only two things. Composition and light. Work with composition first then think about the light. Of course most of these are simple techniques with un posed models. The best way with composition is to see the image then think how you can do it differently.  Thay way you inprint your own unique view of the subject. Google Image is so full of formulaic views. You have to be differant in some way. As a student of early photography I can guess correctly some of the photographers purely from their unique style. So aiming to be differant is no bad thing. Mark B and Peter G have evolved unique styles. There is no specific right way. They stand out because they see things differantly. Both are technically better than I and have the patience to get great set piece photographs. Both have better gear than I. The three of us are differant and that is the important thing.

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« Reply #148 on: May 04, 2019, 09:51:13 am »
In the pink.

P3010048 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

I photograph and move on. In time I forget where many of these subjects are. Some are well hidden . Time erases the action. It is forgotten. But then to see a cave in a new light. To see things you have never noticed before despite so many trips. Shatter and Withyhill are like that. Andy Freem asked me to put up a light on a ledge in Shatter Cave. On that small ledge was a wonderful crystal basin. Many times I had walked by not knowing it was there. Nor would I ever have without placing that light. Same with Pink Pillar Chamber not the light but a chance look somewhere that nobody goes. Again I had wandered past so many times.

P3010083 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010037 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010100 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010129 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Shatter Cave by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010139 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010148 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010165 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010164 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

P3010198 by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

Sometimes you just have to ask others to do the photo.

The old fool cant get through. by Nicholas Chipchase, on Flickr

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« Reply #149 on: May 04, 2019, 09:54:44 am »
Image count 716. I might make 1,000.