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Eerie photographs capture the wreckage of old cars piled high on top of each other in what has been dubbed the 'Cavern of Lost Souls' beneath a Welsh mountain.
Explorer Gareth Owen decided to explore the disused slate mine below Ceredigion, Wales, that has turned into an underground junkyard some 60 years after it closed.
Incredible images show a singular beam of light hitting the vehicles above the still blue water, with a Ford Cortina balanced on the top.
Despite the surprising beauty of the images, the photographer was shocked by the hundreds of cars stashed away in the 'unrecognisable rubbish tip'.
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Gareth, an electrician, from Llanberis in North Wales, said: 'Once your eyes adjust to the sudden beam of light you realise the sheer scale of the place.
'There are hundreds of cars on top of each other.
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'They are mostly unrecognisable by now but then front and center of the pile is a Ford Cortina - it was the only real colour on the pile.
'I guess being so used to photographing the natural landscapes and their beauty, photographing this spot was bittersweet for me.
'As eye-catching as it is, at the end of the day it is a rubbish tip from a time when the environment was not in the forefront of our minds.
'But it is also a great reminder of how far we have come as a country to doing what we can to protect nature from now into the future.
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'The reaction to the photo itself has been immensely positive.'
It became an underground junkyard after mining operations came to an end in 1960.
Mr Owen added: 'The subject matter has had a mixed response with some people not quite happy about the fact these cars were dumped underground and others seeing beauty in the carnage.
'I have done a number of underground explorations including natural caverns to old mines.
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'I really enjoy exploring the unknown beneath our feet, so having seen an image online I went on a hunt for the 'Cavern of the Lost Souls', as it is known.
'The pleasures I get from exploring underground are amazing and it's amazing to think what is right under our feet.'
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Photos reveal car crash graveyard hidden deep inside Welsh cave
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