posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 10:09 PM
reply to post by OmegaLogos
These caves are great!!!!
i have a story...
we used to camp at Weebubbee caves on the nullabour plain. it was an adventure.
two years in row i drove across the nullabour plain with a bus full of backpackers and weebubbee cave was one of my favourite overnighters. we would
pull up in the bush, make camp and then head undergound a few hundred metres and swim in the lake at the bottom.
we would take waterproof dolphin torches and goggles and snorkel around the lake shining the light under the water to see what we could see.
And what we could see! The water was so clear the torch beam would carry on for hundreds of metres through the water, lighting it all pale blue, it
felt like you were flying weightless in a another world. Simply stunning.
sometimes you would shine your torch into crevases below that would go for ever, feeling the hairs stand on the back of your neck at void below, i
My colleagues would do the same, and it was our favourite stop on the two week journey across to Perth from Adelaide.
Then one day i was with a co-worker and we were having a chat when someone said did you hear about weebubbee?
No, what ?we said
we just looked at each other and went f%$...
There were two french divers in there at the time, some how they made it out!
i dont think we would have been so lucky, i don't know. Never want to find out!!!
Thanks for sharing these pictures, i will try and find some i have , eh.