OFD cave at Penwyllt, near Abercrave in South Wales.
These pictures were taken in the 'Escape Route' of OFD 1 which is the lowest of three entrances into the cave system, the entrance being at the base of a very steep hill.
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Please note these photographs are copyright Annette Price and cannot be used without permission.
The flat, wet floor seen here, is called 'flowstone'. It looks like a rough concrete floor, but is actually stone. It has been formed this way by sheets of water flowing down the rock walls and washing over the floor, smoothing the surface over thousands of years, washing particles over the rock 'sanding' it down and depositing minerals.
Annie Wakeham looking down through a hole in the cave chamber roof, which is also the floor of the passage above.