Climber Goes Into The Abyss

This incredible pictures shows a climber descending into a massive 162-foot-deep cave. It looks like the climber, Aaron Davis, is free-falling into ‘the abyss’ but he is actually being suspended by a rope. The watery hole is a 162 foot deep open-air vertical cave. The pictures were taken at Neversink Cave in Alabama, USA by Amy Hinkle. The 25-year-old research scientist took the amazing pictures using a simple $100 point and shoot style camera.

This incredible pictures shows a climber descending into a massive 162-foot-deep cave. It looks like the climber, Aaron Davis, is free-falling into 'the abyss' but he is actually being suspended by a rope. The watery hole is a 162 foot deep open-air vertical cave. The pictures were taken at Neversink Cave in Alabama, USA by Amy Hinkle. The 25-year-old research scientist took the amazing pictures using a simple $100 point and shoot style camera.

This incredible pictures shows a climber descending into a massive 162-foot-deep cave. It looks like the climber, Aaron Davis, is free-falling into 'the abyss' but he is actually being suspended by a rope. The watery hole is a 162 foot deep open-air vertical cave. The pictures were taken at Neversink Cave in Alabama, USA by Amy Hinkle. The 25-year-old research scientist took the amazing pictures using a simple $100 point and shoot style camera.

This incredible pictures shows a climber descending into a massive 162-foot-deep cave. It looks like the climber, Aaron Davis, is free-falling into 'the abyss' but he is actually being suspended by a rope. The watery hole is a 162 foot deep open-air vertical cave. The pictures were taken at Neversink Cave in Alabama, USA by Amy Hinkle. The 25-year-old research scientist took the amazing pictures using a simple $100 point and shoot style camera.

This incredible pictures shows a climber descending into a massive 162-foot-deep cave. It looks like the climber, Aaron Davis, is free-falling into 'the abyss' but he is actually being suspended by a rope. The watery hole is a 162 foot deep open-air vertical cave. The pictures were taken at Neversink Cave in Alabama, USA by Amy Hinkle. The 25-year-old research scientist took the amazing pictures using a simple $100 point and shoot style camera.