23 Comments

  1. Montserrat Costa Jou says:

    I am very impressed by these pictures and for what they mean of personal, technical and cientific effort involved. Once more nature shows that art which I do so much admire, is only a poor imitaton. My congratulations to all the persons who had made possible that we can enjoy these views from our homes.

  2. Guy A. says:

    Amazing nature and amazing work!!!
    Thank you for this documentation and for sharing it, these places are barely accessible for most human beings and thanks to this work we can all easily enjoy the wonders of mother nature.

  3. Mathijs Geenen says:

    Hello SnowKitty,

    I like the book I recently bought from you and Viktor. The scenery and pictures are amazing. I can’t think of a better incentive to get my cave certification and start cave diving.

    Good luck with your most recent (beloega) project!

  4. Shebab says:

    I wish to visit her (the cave) by myself…but i don’t know cave dive…I know nothing about underwater caves…still I m a medical student…about to be doctor u know…It’s my dream to visit ORDA CAVE at least for a single time before I m expired…may Allah help me…Thanks to all who made my eyes greedy…wish u long live…

  5. Paul says:

    Would you mind telling what particular camera, lenses and accessories did you use to capture such extraordinary pictures? The water in the Orda cave is so pristine and exceptionally crystal clear!!!

    Thank you in advance.

    1. admin says:

      It is not a secret. Viktor’s favorite camera is Fuji S5Pro, Nikkor 10.5/2.8, add to this 8 strobe Ikelite DS160 and you may get the result on 1/125, F5.6 ISO100. It is simple! ;)

  6. Ingrid says:

    Congratulations to all the people who made this possible, I will like to do some cave diving but no chances over here (North, Mexico). I wish the best for you, and I will like to have a little more information about this project… Congratulations again!

    1. admin says:

      Actualy, Mexico is the country of caves! It is very good country to start cave dive!

  7. Winnie says:

    Got this news from caves forum! Amazing cave!!!!!! Nice photo shooting, I guess that must be very challenging to take photo under this water. This is truly another new world located in water

    I visited mulu cave — the clear water cave but still this crystal cave does amazed me. I wish have chance to visit it but i got to learn diving first.

    1. admin says:

      cave diving is the most complicated kind of scuba diving, but there are a lot of good cave diving schools all around the world. So if you want to, you may fulfill your dream.

  8. nik says:

    gostei muito,deve ser maneiro entrar nessas cavernas

    1. admin says:

      Water there is about +5C, and air in the cave from 0C in summer to -18C in winter. The climat is extremely continental, so it is comfortable to dive there in summer and very cold in winter

  9. Dustin S. says:

    I absolutely love these images, so much that I can seem to find just one that stands out beyond the others, keep up the great work!

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