Iceland Caving

Robert Katz (Executive Producer)
Gordon Brown (Director of Photography)
David D'Angelo (Cinematography)
Katrina Richter (Producer) in lceland.



Image of David D'Angelo caving in Iceland Thorsten Henn 2006

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Arrival in Iceland - 32 pieces of excess luggage, over 1000 lbs

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Gordon Brown surveys the Icelandic coastline merely minutes off the plane

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Executive Producer Robert Katz does his first rappel ever into the first cave of the trip

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From Below

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Though shallow, there were
exquisite ice formations inside this cave

Images of David Thorsten Henn 2006

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Images of David © Thorsten Henn 2006

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Images of David © Thorsten Henn 2006

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The second cave required overland glacier travel by means of heavily modified SUV's and Econolines. This van was donned 'The Refrigerator'

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David and Gordon in the middle of nowhere - 6 hours deep into the glacier and still 5 hours out from our hut for the evening

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No adventure is without it's minor mishaps - digging out was a common occurrence

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We also flatted/bent one of the 'Fridge's' rear wheels - If it wasn't for the know-how, ingenuity, and the sledgehammer our fearless Icelandic guides we would have been very stuck, in the middle of the night, very far away from civilization

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The little dot in the lower right hand of the frame is Director of Photography, Gordon Brown, about to be engulfed by the expanse of our second cave

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Inside cave #2, Producer Kate Richter and Gordon Brown

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Setting up shots inside this magnificent cave
© Thorsten Henn 2006

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© Thorsten Henn 2006

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© Thorsten Henn 2006

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Humidity was approaching almost 90% or higher in this cave - here Gordon Brown takes pains to keep the Varicam operational

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Caver Nancy Hollerbach and Producer Kate Richter take a minute before doing an interview

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Gordon Brown rides shotgun (click picture to see the true expanse of the landscape)

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Producer Rob Katz's head is level in this pictures. Our Icelandic guides and drivers are without a doubt some of the best in the world of what they do

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Here you can see one of the massive tires almost completely broken through the thin layer of ice and settled onto the stream below. Fortunately a second vehicle and a winch is all that's needed to get out of this sticky situation


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