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who contributed to the making of these pictures and related persons: Jaka Jakofčič, Stojan Sancin, Claudio Bratos.
Names of cave parts were given by the author.
Pictures photo and copyright (c) Primož Jakopin - Klok 2017.
36582. It all began as an excavation of a small blowhole, undertaken by cavers from Jamarsko društvo Sežana Caving Club (JDS), in 2008 and 2009. Because of other, more promising projects the site was abandoned till this year, when a senior team from JDS, Jaka in the picture is one of the members, joined forces with Stojan and Claudio from JOSPD Trst (Caving Section of the Triest Slovenian Alpine Association) and resumed digging. The work in 2017 took two months, three full shifts per week.
36657. Flowstone ruffles at the side wall
36661. View back towards the entrance tunnel
36666. View of the threshold in the main altar which leads to the lower level of the cave
36683. Dripstone decor in the upper side niche
36692. A small pool of rain water is hidden behind the altar.
36694. The pool up close
36695. The photographer lifted a two-inch piece of a thin stalactite from the pool and dropped it back again.
36697. Cave cricket, Troglophilus neglectus, on the slanted ceiling
36698. In places little or no widening of the original tunnel was required - view towards the interior of the cave.
36700. View from the first cave chamber to the bottom of the 5 m long slanted entrance passage, much more easily climbed in dry weather
Lp 2 Cave, August 12 Radošca / Radoshitza Cave, Day 53, August 17
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