Here is a second photograph of the lowest camp in Veryovkina [cave]. Down at -2100m (-6890ft) underground, the team are captured taking refuge inside the tent, keeping warm, drinking tea whilst on the comms system getting regular updates on water levels from the camp above. What appears to be a calm and peaceful scene, was quite the opposite in reality. Within less than an hour after this photograph was taken, holes in the floor began gurgling and minutes later the gallery itself began filling up with water. There was no time to waste. The last of the Russian explorers had to quickly swim over this tent in order to evacuate the chamber.