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Nether can I, Bentley. I think that shadow is mud on Pkin's screen :-)It's not scary, Cevas and PJ. As long as you don't jump in it. I know I wouldn't even try.
I agree scary. I just go in from the side. A beauty and thanks for the information.
Great picture ... but scary!
sorry Ive enlarged it and I cant see it.
That's the shadow of the diving man. Can't see a second dog.
No he didn't if you look the is a shadow of it...
The second dog went for a swim. He'll be back later :)
Bentleyd if you look close the dog is on a leash and white but you can see the shadow...
I cant see the second dog
You're welcome, Bentley. Now I know it too :-)Chicken, Pkin?
They both have dogs... don't think I would want to be that close..
Thanks for the information:-)
wow that is very deep. Send the other chap for a test too. Dogs should not be in the area. I sound like a ex kgb member.
We had him tested and he's absolutely crazy. I did some research on Google and this is what I found. Copy/pasteThe twelve foot (four meter) diameter mouth of the cave serves as a popular swimming and water recreation spot for the local land owners whose properties adjoin Cypress Creek. From the opening in the creek bed, Jacob's Well descends vertically for about thirty feet (ten meters), continuing from there at an angle as a series of chambers separated by narrow, often deeply silted and unstable necks, ultimately reaching a depth of at least one hundred-twenty feet (forty meters).
Is that man crazy, send him to your mom for a test:-)
Wonder how deep it is. Hold your dog tight please. Lovely photo, thank you Starlord:-)