EXPLORING ABACO’S ASTOUNDING UNDERGROUND CAVES
This post is another in a series showcasing the strange and wonderful world that lies beneath the many thousands of acres of pine forest that cover the majority of South Abaco. Many thanks to expert cave diver and photographer Brian Kakuk and the Bahamas Caves Research Foundation for use permission to bring you some more unique glimpses of Abaco’s crystal visions. You’ll find some additional links at the end. As Brian says, Abaco is an underwater cave photographer’s dream come true.
All photos were taken in Ralph’s Cave and Dan’s Cave – two extensive but separate systems
These caves lie within one of the recently created protected areas
To get the ‘live’ experience of exploring these underground geological wonders, here is a 6 minute video of a dive in Ralph’s Cave made in June 2014 by Ramon Llaneza of Ramon Llaneza Technical Diving
PAN’S LABYRINTH (5)
SAWMILL SINK Industrial Archaeology / Post-apolcalyptic Landscape
Credits: Brian Kakuk, Bahamas Caves Research Foundation, Ramon Llaneza, Hitoshi Miho