He spent an entire year taking photographs of a cave to capture the most amazing scenes.

If you have been to New Zealand or read about it, you have heard or read about the Waitomo caves. They are the home of the glow worms. A photographer has taken ample time to travel back and forth to Waitomo Ruakuri caves to specialize the art of photographing the beautiful creature in their habitats. It is clear that you are wondering why a person might travel around the globe just to take a picture of an insect. Have a glance at these pictures that he took, and it will dawn on you that there is certain magic that for you to believe, you have to see.

This place has the look of a Bond villain layer caused by the Rock spires that hang from the ceiling.
This place has the look of a Bond villain layer caused by the Rock spires that hang from the ceiling.

You then see the numerous small lights dotting the ceiling, and the inner areas of the caves turn into an amazing night sky filled with amazing stars.
You then see the numerous small lights dotting the ceiling, and the inner areas of the caves turn into an amazing night sky filled with amazing stars.

The photographer, Shaun Jeffers, the guy who took these amazing pictures had a goal of mastering the art of photographing the glow worms in their natural habitats.
The photographer, Shaun Jeffers, the guy who took these amazing pictures had a goal of mastering the art of photographing the glow worms in their natural habitats.

his particular area is like stepping into another planet. It reminds me of the Pandora from the Avatar.
This particular area is like stepping into another planet. It reminds me of the Pandora from the Avatar.

Kayaking through these caves would be a magnificent experience.
Kayaking through these caves would be a magnificent experience.

Small wonder people from various parts of the world come here to see these beautiful scenes.
Small wonder people from various parts of the world come here to see these beautiful scenes.

Jeffers draws a comparison between photographing the glow worms and photographing the night stars, except the exposure duration is much longer.
Jeffers draws a comparison between photographing the glow worms and photographing the night stars, except the exposure duration is much longer.

The time required in the exposure of these photos is 30 seconds to 6 minutes.
The time required in the exposure of these photos is 30 seconds to 6 minutes.

Very few people get to experience this
Very few people get to experience this.

Jeffers was in the cold water in the caves for 6 to 8 hours a day so that he gets the shots he wanted.
Jeffers was in the cold water in the caves for 6 to 8 hours a day so that he gets the shots he wanted.

In my opinion, this place is like something from a sci-fi movie. It is difficult for one to imagine something like this could have existed on earth.
In my opinion, this place is like something from a sci-fi movie. It is difficult for one to imagine something like this could have existed on earth.

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