All of the pictures are in black & white; there is nothing wrong with the configuration of your browser if that is what you see. If you have trouble viewing these images, see the notes at the end of this page.
25 of these pictures were kindly donated by Clive Westlake to be included on the Ogof Draenen description page. A number of other pictures were donated to the OUCC to include on their Draenen gallery. More pictures were donated to 'The Secret Bottletop Production Company' to include on their Pwll Du Environs gallery. One was donated to GCR to be included in their publication Karst and Caves of Great Britain. I have collected all of those photos together to save you the effort of having to look through the entire description to find them all.
Note, you should not reproduce the pictures for publication without first seeking the permission of the photographer, Clive Westlake.
Photos scanned by Steve King, OUCC and Secret Bottletop. Edits by Tarquin.
The pictures were scanned in 256 shades of grey at 100 dpi - a trade-off between the quality of the final image that you see and the size of the file (and therefore the time the image takes to load).
Whether you see all 256 shades may depend on the quality and/or configuration of your video card. They look great on most computers, but on some of them, they are displayed in 16 shades of grey. We can't help you resolve this problem so please don't ask. You'll have to read your manuals. Note that AOL users should disable any image compression to see the images correctly.