Primož Jakopin, photo diary

Long Fissure, SE of Velika Rutarjeva jama

August 12, 2020, 12 pictures

          Most images are approximately 768 x 1024 pixels in size, numbers in front of the picture descriptions are serial numbers of the original photo files. Event participants, who contributed to the making of these pictures: Claudio Bratos and Goran Rutar.

          Pictures photo and copyright (c) Primož Jakopin - Klok 2020.

At the Foot of Markiževa gora (825 m), to the East of Volče


48069. Not far from the most SE point of Velika Rutarjeva jama cave this pile of rocks attracted Goran's attention because the snow melted on it, in a few places, quite fast. Claudio devoted an excursion to it, and today the second one should make the situation more clear.



48076. Warmer air from the cave found its way out along a large fissure, which was opened in the direction shown here.



48070. View of the excavation site with Claudio, about 3m below the surface.



48071. Goran came to raise buckets of rocks and soil from the deep.



48073. View out of the excavation site, to the entrance ...



48074. ... to the southeast, along the fissure ...



48075. ... and down to the area with the strongest air current. The problem is that the narrow fissure continues downwards, with no discernible widening in sight.



A Beautifully Manicured Garden in Volče


48078. A young Siamese cat



48079. Water lilies on a small pond



48080. Houseleek cargo



48081. The garden is a cluster of rich islets in the sea of English grass.



The Road to Neverke


48082. Mt. Snežnik (1796 m) on the eastern horizon



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