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Devils Hole (interior)

Devils Hole is a skylight opening to a lava tube south of Millican, Oregon.  Seldom visited & quite remote, it is rather hard to access.  A skylight opening no more than eight feet (w/ a nearby smaller opening only a foot wide) provides the only access, w/ a 30 foot rope needed to descend the vertical drop.  Just like what I did for my Jungle Forest Cave shot, I lowered a camera-mounted pole & emergency string & tested my flash for 1.5 hours to get an evenness of clarity & exposure from bottom to the sun-blasting top.  From sitting at the top on the edge, you only see about 5% within the cave, & it's hard to see even that when you have straight sun pointing into a dark hole.  But with this view, one can see a large room w/ a couple old ladders & minimal vandalism along the walls & breakdown, plus what appears like a small ice pool.  The cave appears to hit a dead end by the ice pool (going north), but a passage in the west direction leads into darkness, making a mystery as to what lies beyond.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 06/10/2019
Uploaded: 08/10/2019
Updated: 11/10/2019


Tags: devils hole; skylight; lava tube; cave; oregon; high desert; interior; ladder; dilapidated; breakdown
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