This Photographer Captures The Most Incredible Images Of The World’s Largest Caves
Austria-based British photographer Robbie Shone captures some of the most amazing photos of adventurers exploring the remote depths of caves.
The photographer dives deep into the vast underworlds of caves with fellow explorers.
He captures the incredible feats of adventurers curious and brave enough to journey into the deep, dark cavernous abyss.
Many of these thrill-seeking individuals dangle from thin ropes, holding on to dear life and not knowing what to really expect below them. Shone has been right beside these rigorous adventurers as they carefully drop to depths reaching 650 feet below. On the ground, the explorers continue to have endless obstacles to overcome.
These include anything from trekking through 117 miles of underground spaces that range in to battling raging currents of white water.
The temperatures so far down without any sunlight can also be brutal. Here, an explorer is huddled close to a single candle for warmth.
It’s incredible to think that Shone has been on an expedition that lasted nearly 4 consecutive days in order to photograph “the first cave to hold the 1 km depth record.”
See more of Shone’s adventurous photography on his website, here.