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This is the cave warning sign at the top of the silt mount in the cavern of Eagles Nest cave system. This sign sits at approximately 120 feet deep. The cave system goes upstream and downstream at this point. Following the cave system from here the cave continues to go deeper! This is not only a cave dive, but a technical cave dive as mixed gasses and stage decompression are required for this cave dive.
A silhouette view looking up from within the cavern of the Eagles Nest Cave system. The diver in view is Cindy. The area is a great location for silhouette shots (except for the particulate that was present that day).
A silhouette view looking up from within the cavern of the Eagles Nest Cave system. The diver in view is Cindy.
Cindy looking upward before entering the chimney of the Eagles Nest cave system.
Cindy entering the chimney of Eagles Nest cave system.
A view to the outside from within the Manatee Springs cave system.
Mike in Peacock Springs cave system.
Cindy in Peacock Springs cave system.