Renejevo brezno – P’r Gabrčku

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V času jesenskih počitnic je Društvo za raziskovanje jam Ljubljana – Dzrjl organiziralo kombinirano raziskovalno – fotografsko odpravo v Renejevo brezno – trenutno drugo najglobljo jamo v Sloveniji. Medtem ko je raziskovalna ekipa delala na dnu jame (več o tem na http://www.dzrjl.si/rene2016/) je fotografska ekipa posnela zgornje dele jame do -700m globine. 

Plan je bil, da gre foto ekipa v jamo dva dni za glavno raziskovalno ekipo, tako da bi se izmenjali na bivakih. Ker žičnica ni delovala je Jure organiziral prevoz s terenskim vozilom, ki nas po nekaj težavah dostavilo kakšnih 100 metrov pot D postajo kaninske žičnice. Od tam smo šli peš do jamarskega bivaka, kjer smo prespali. Naslednjega dne smo vstopili v jamo in takoj pričeli s fotografiranjem. Gašper je na vsakem pritrdišču vprašal “A bomo fotografirali?” in jaz sem odgovoril “Bomo!” In tako je šlo navzdol vse do bivaka P’r Gabrčku.

Tam sem ugotovil, da sem na poti izgubil pantin, brez katerega bi težko prišel iz jame. Ostala člana ekipe sta mi ponudila, da mi izmenoma posojata svoja pantina, vendar bi bila to kar precejšnja žrtev. Poleg tega se po celem dnevu fotografiranja nisem ravno počutil najbolj najbolj svežega in sem ves večer razmišljal ali naj gremo naprej ali naj se vrnemo. Zjutraj smo se odločili, da se vrnemo. Morda je bilo tako celo bolje, ker se je kasneje izkazalo, da bi na predvideni zadnji dan odprave zunaj močno deževalo in vprašanje je, kakšno bi bilo vodno stanje po breznih na poti ven.

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During autumn holidays our caving club organised a combined research – photo expedition to cave “Renejevo brezno” (Renee’s Abyss), which is at the moment second deepest cave in Slovenia. While research team worked at the bottom of the cave, photo team photographed upper parts of the cave down to -700m.

The plan was that photo team enters the cave two days after main research team, so that we could we can exchange at camps. Because the cable way did not work, Jure organised an all-terrain vehicle transport which, after some difficulties, delivered us some 100 meters below D station of the Kanin cableway. From there we walked to the cavers bivouac where we slept. The next day we entered the cave and immediately started taking pictures. At each re-belay station Gašper asked “Are we going to take pictures?” and I replied “We will!” And so it went down to the bivouac P’r Gabrčku.

There I realised that I lost my foot ascender without which it would be difficult to get out of the cave. The other team members offered to lend me theirs , but that would be quite a sacrifice. In addition, after all day of shooting, I didn’t really feel rested and I was thinking all night whether to go ahead or go back. In the morning, we decided to return. It may have been better, because later on it turned out that it has rained heavily on the scheduled final day of the expedition, and the question is what would be the water conditions on the way out.

Za pomoč bi se rad zahvalil:
Oskrbovalni in raziskovalni ekipi v sestavi: Marina Pintar, Gašper Pintar, Mitja Prelovšek, Bor Vidic, Matic Di Batista, Tomaž Krajnc, Matej Blatnik, Jaka Flis, Špela Borko, ki je nesla v jamo nekatere potrebščine tudi za foto ekipo ter razširila dve ožini,
zunanjim> ekipam v različnih sestavah, ki so pomagale nositi opremo do jame in nazaj v dolino ter nas ob povratku toplo sprejele: Behare Rexhepi, David Škufca, Ester Premate, Tomaž Šuštar, Aja Zamolo, Teja Čeru, Simona Žagar Andrej Drevenšek, še posebej pa Francu Marušiču – Lankotu, Marjanu Barišiču in Gregatu Pintarju, ki so nam nesli precejšen del opreme ter Juriju Kunaverju, ki nam je organiziral prevoz.

Še posebej pa sem za vso pomoč hvaležen članoma foto ekipe Matiju Pernetu in Gašperju Šolincu, ki sta poleg pomoči pri fotografiranju ves čas nosila tudi mojo opremo ter vso potrebno (in nepotrebno) hrano, fotografsko in drugo skupno opremo.

I wish to thank Supply and research teams (Marina Pintar, Gašper Pintar, Mitja Prelovšek, Bor Vidic, Matic Di Batista, Tomaž Krajnc, Matej Blatnik, Jaka Flis, Špela Borko) for carrying some necessary equipment into the cave,
outer teams (Behare Rexhepi, David Škufca, Ester Premate, Tomaž Šuštar, Aja Zamolo, Teja Čeru, Simona Žagar Andrej Drevenšek, and especially Franc Marušič – Lanko, Marjan Barišič and Grega Pintar) for carrying all the equipment to and from the entrance of the cave and for welcoming us when we exited the cave,
and Jurij Kunaver for organising transport.

In particular, I am grateful to the members of the photo team, Matija Perne and Gašper Šolinc, for their assistance in photographing and also carrying my equipment and all necessary (and unnecessary) food, photo and other equipment.

Foto / Photo Uroš Kunaver z / with Matija Perne, Gašper Šolinc

 

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