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Mysterious And Unexplored Gem Of Djalovic Cave In Montenegro

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The Meduza Caving Expedition, a team made up of Polish and Czech diver explorers, special operations, cartographers and photographers set out to explore the longest cave in Montenegro, the Djalovic Pecina.  Located near Djalovic Village, the cave is about 8 miles in length with over 25,000 feet of charted passages.

One of team’s goals is to produce lovely images of the cave. As they say on their website, “Shooting during this year's expedition will be focused on two fronts: the first is a photo essay showing the realities of the expedition, the effort and the happiness that can bring, the second aspect is already mentioned photograph the landscape of the underworld Montenegro”.

Enjoy the beauty of this mysterious cave. Here are the highlights of the expedition:

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Pawel Ruda | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Pawel Ruda | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition

Photo by: Michal Kaminski | Photo Courtesy Of Meduza Caving Expedition


All images are courtesy of Meduza Caving Expedition

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