The Waitomo area is famous for it’s limestone caves and within these caves are one of the most magical insects in the world, the glowworm – who emits a phosphorescent glow that light up the cave and create a surreal environment. Attracted by the scene, photograph Shaun Jeffers spent a year, back and forth to Waitomo’s Ruakuri Cave, photographing these magnificent little creatures. According to Jeffers’s description, “When the headlamps are out and all you can see are the glowworms, you can’t help but feel like you’ve stepped into James Cameron’s Avatar Pandora, it’s just unreal!” And it is not easy to take photo like below. To achieve the shots, Jeffers had to ubmerge himself and his tripod in cold water for up to 6-8 hours a day. But the result is definitely impressive and totally worth it. What do you think of them?
Naturally lit by the aqua marine reflection from the waters, the Summer Cave might be one of the most romantic restaurants in the world, which is at the cavernous sea grotto in Southern Italy and open only during the summer months. Dimly lit and outfitted with furnishings made simply from natural materials in order to blend in with its unique surroundings, the restaurant sits just below the hotel and boasts magnificent views. [source]
As it is known, caves were first natural shelters used by human beings. Therefore, they attract the attention of many researchers and compel them to study them. With those research, more and more beauty and mystery of cave are discovered, which brings us today’s topic “9 Beautiful Cave View in the world”
1. Harrison’s Cave
Barbados, the most easterly island in the Caribbean, is the home of Harrison’s Cave. This magnificent, crystallized limestone cavern is said to be one of the wonders of the world. It is believed that Harrison’s Cave is the only cave in the world where running water is found along with color crystal-like formations. The cave has large chambers, stalagmites, stalactites, lakes, streams and waterfalls.