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September 14th, 2019

Proud to have the front cover on the latest SpeleoProjects calendar #caving #fun #adventure #photography #markburkeyphotography #speleoprojects

DRAIN THE OCEANS: THAI CAVE — Sneak Peek | National Geographic

DRAIN THE OCEANS: THAI CAVE — Sneak Peek | National Geographic

July 24th, 2019
Nat Geo Uses Technology To Reveal 3D Survey Of Epic Thai Cave Rescue

Nat Geo Uses Technology To Reveal 3D Survey Of Epic Thai Cave Rescue

July 23rd, 2019

Coming soon. Our recent project to map the Tham Luang cave system on National Geographic’s Drain the oceans series.

June 20th, 2019

Having been concentrating on diving and our upcoming expedition to Croatia, it’s good to have some photos on display again on this month’s edition of Country Living Magazine :)

May 10th, 2019

Sometimes location shoots are he’ll :)

April 7th, 2019

After a brilliant days GDG training on the Saturday, we spent Sunday checking out sumps and photographing in the fabulous Peak Cavern.

April 3rd, 2019

Very proud to have the front cover of this month’s Descent magazine. The deviation on the 2nd pitch. Heron Pot. Yorkshire #Caving #adventure #fun #photography #Godox #markburkeyphotography

February 25th, 2019

Another super weekend in South Wales. New member Joe gets to grip with navigation through Britains deepest cave, Ogof Ffynnon Ddu.

January 31st, 2019

Last year the team began the project of scanning škocjanske jame with the ultimate aim of reaching Martel Chamber, one of the largest cave chambers in Europe. Unfortunately the underground river has to run at no more than 3 cubic meters per second to be considered safe to cross and, after the snow melt, the levels rose to 13 cubic meters. After almost a year we returned.


The Hanke Canal is a vast canyon with the river running through. Ropes were rigged at both crossing points and as traverses along the walls to ensure that if the river begun to rise the team would be able to exit safely.


The passage is is, in places, 140m high and beautiful Gours and flow stone adorned the passage.


The scanning team at last have the chance to map this great chamber.


Gazing back from the sump the four cavers in shot give some perspective to the impressive cavern.


At the end of the chamber the sump denies the scanning team access to the final couple of hundred meters of passage before once again the river sinks through the limestone.

January 19th, 2019

Very proud this morning to have received prizes from speleophotographia 2018! Thanks guys :)

#caving #photography #fun #markburkeyphotography