This video showcases two spectacular caves that are hidden beneath was is casually known at the "Mill Pond", near Marianna in North Florida.
Whislt known for is crystal clear water and white rock, the first cave in the video (Twin Cave) is challenging to enter and requires a certain amount of commitment.
Jackson Blue (the second cave), in contrast is known for its easy entry, clear water and high flow. We used scooters to penetrate deep into the system, as even on rebreathers the dive took 4-5 hours to execute.
My Dad and I team up with North Florida cave and cavern expert Marissa to explore the belly of Ginnie Springs. The crystal clear water and labyrinth of limestone rooms with dark corners made me feel like I was on another planet.
Shot entirely with GoPro Hero 3 & 3+
Film. Bill and Chad Williams
Guide. Marissa Lasso
Edit. Chad Williams
Music. Tim Bescamusca
Underground 2013 is a global journey visiting a diversity of breathtaking underwater cave systems in Mexico, France, Croatia, and Florida. No particular storyline, just showcasing some of the most beautiful underground locations in the world
Among the underwater caves visited are: Sac Actun, Ponderosa, Dos Pisos, Taj Maha, Angelita, Vukovica Vrelo, Emergence De Ressel, Indian Springs, Devils, Peacock Springs and others.
Models and light support:
Jarrod Jablonski, Kirill Egorov, Kyle Harmon, Meredith Tanguay, Jimmy Borg, Dave Staring, Tomasz Stachura, Patrick Widmann, Roger Hovind, Sander Jansson, Anton Van Rosmalen, Andras Kuti, Emir Memic, A-M Bresser. Lennart Kuijs, Chris Le Maillot, Huw Porter, Andrea Marassich, Ettore Molinario
More at IntoThePlanet.com This video is down sampled from 4k to enable internet viewing. The video demonstrates what one woman can accomplish by shooting in an underwater cave with equipment that will fit into a Nanuk 935 carry-on case. The Aquatica AGH4 housing and Light and Motion dive and video lights included the Sola series and Gobe series lights. Solo Camerawoman with a single camera and experienced cave divers. With University of Miami and National Geographic Explorer Dr. Kenny Broad, and Underwater Engineer and Project Manager Nate Skiles at Devil's Ear Cave System at Ginnie Springs, in High Springs, Florida.