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Photographs taken at Pototan Cave on Batan Island, off Cagraray Island, in Bicol, Philippines. Through the journey were great flowstone formations, lots of drapery, various hues, and an abundance stalactites. With no lantern and only waterproof flashlights (that I had to hold with my mouth several times), we waded waist and chest-deep through the underground river of brackish water, past several chambers with cold blue pools, whilst the constant sound of rushing waterfalls echoed through the walls.
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Calcite deposits, limestone, sea marble, and crevices… Taken at Cudugnon Cave in El Nido Bay, Palawan, Philippines.
Cudugnon Cave is famous for being a Neolithic burial ground and a WWII hiding place. All treasures, corpses, and artifacts have been excavated and moved to city museums.
Since childhood, geology has always been one of my obsessions.