Photographer Spent A Year Photographing Glow Worms in New Zealand’s Cave And The Results Are Awesome
Raukari Cave, a limestone cave in the Waitomo area, is home to a magical insect that emits a phosphorescent glow. Called the glowworm, these insects together light up the cave and create a surreal environment.
Shaun Jeffers, an Auckland based photographer who is originally from Liverpool, has spent a year photographing the Raukari Cave in Waitomo area and the results are awesome. The longest underground cave in the area, was first discovered by local Maori people around 400-500 years ago and is the only wheel-chair accessible chair in the region.
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