10jul18--All 12 boys and their coach have now been extracted from the flooded cave system in northern Thailand. EnJoy EnJoy
16jun18--Coraline, SkylineWebcams exposes tourists to places that may interest them, our host here MidA Foundation hopes to attract them here. Click the hosted by hyperlink for other views. EnJoy EnJoy
6/5/2018 08:14I'm curious. What's the point of this camera if you can't see anything? I see a couple of rocks but that's it.
10may18--Pamela, Yes, those ''lights'' floating past our view are insects. Don't quote me, but fewer than 2 % of caves have flowing waters through them. Insects are hatched in the waters and become air borne. Fly fishermen tie their flies to resemble the 'hatch' coming out of the waters. Caves w/o flowing waters have very few insects, some spiders though even those are few and far between. OK , yes we all know what other flying life are in caves. Bats want nothing to do with humans. In my 20's I splelunked. ( much to old and fat now ) I've been crawling in passage ways so tight that bats had to crawl over me to get past me. Yeah , kinda weird the first couple times but the bats just want past you, to get to the outside and feed on insects. Commercial caves patrons never have this happen to them. I've been splunking in two non-commercial caves with flowing waters, Awesome, Fantastic, Unbelievable. Also, I paid to see one cave which you sit in a boat and visit the cave ( Penns Cave in central Pennsylvania ). The motto of good spelunkers is : Take nothing but photographs and leave nothing but footprints. EnJoy EnJoy
I hope all those 'lights' floating past the camera are bugs.....Nice scene though
It's hard to get a perspective until people walk through, cool!
24apr18-- A Thank You to our host, MidA Foundation, for sponsoring this 'live cam' internal view of the Pertosa Caves, spelunkingly fantastic. Welcome to SkylineWebcams.
Awesome, but beautiful.24/04/18 18.37
24.04.18. Ooh! This is a bit different!!!!☺