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Posted by Jerome Konen on 17/08/09, updated on 17/08/09 Photo
Caving
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Gouffre de la Belle Louise (France).
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Exploring caves is a challenging experience both unique and rewarding, maybe it has to be considered as the ultimate adventure sport.

The caver might see limestone decorations, aquatic areas, big chambers and has to climb vertical shafts and pits. The caving activities can be very demanding in physical exercise depending on the caves being visited.
Posted by Jerome Konen on 17/08/09, updated on 17/08/09 Photo
Antarctica
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Mountain range of Pléneau Island.
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A voyage to Antarctica is like crossing the last frontier. The white continent has beckoned the longing of scientist and explorers since ever.

A landscape like not from this world and the myth of the extreme defines this remote frozen land, calling for discoveries and real adventure.
Posted by Jerome Konen on 17/08/09, updated on 17/08/09 Photo
The Great White Shark
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In action with the Great White Shark.
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Gansbaai in South Africa is probably the best place worldwide to do cage diving with Great White Sharks.

Typical characteristics of the White Shark is his tapering muzzle and his deep black eyes without visible pupils. He is only white colored on the belly side, the back and flanks are in different shades of grey.

These pictures may falsely show the Great White Shark only as a voracious predator. But during my numerous encounters, I discovered a rather cautious and reserved animal in his behavior.
Posted by Jerome Konen on 17/08/09, updated on 17/08/09 Photo
Wreck Diving
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The reflective lettering still glows in the light of the torch at the side of the paddle wheel housing.
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The wreck of the Jura in Switzerland’s Lake Constance is a rare example of an intact wooden shipwreck of appreciable age. But its continued preservation is very much in the hands of divers.

The 'Lady', as local divers commonly refer to the wreck of the Jura, still sits upright after 140 years, 38m below the surface. The boat’s beautifully carved bowsprit reaches into the gloom and the paddles are still in place, gradually sinking into the mud.

As one of the most perfectly preserved wooden paddle steamers of its age, the wreck is considered important by divers and historians alike.


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