I visited this Ontario maze cave many years back without the benefit of my digital camera. Needless to say when the opportunity arose to be a stand in for Mr Bucks cave photo shoot, I jumped at the opportunity to visit this cave again. M Buck and B Wilson have mapped this cave extensively in the previous decades and provided me with a laminated copy so I would not get lost if I ventured off just a bit too far. In then end the map was not needed as my time was divided by exploring various side passage and cave modeling for our photo guru M Buck. I feel I know this cave better than before, but realistically I barely dented the 1.6 plus Kilometers of mapped passage.
The famous Ongley's Hole. The triangular entrance to Dewdneys Cave
M Buck in the main central tunnel passage of the cave.
M Buck getting ready for a photo session.
One of the many interconnecting side passages in this Ontario maze cave.
B Wilson in the foreground and M Buck in the distance.
They are the main map makers for this gem of a maze cave.
Breakdown in this ever changing cave.
Some small formations in one of the thousands of interconnecting side passages.
Near the start of the big stream passage witch is one of the active secondary stream passages.
Swiss cheese heaven.
A 20 Meter straight run of tunnel.
The twisty section of the secondary stream passage.
B Wilson exiting from a small triangular entrance.
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