National Geographic

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Suspended on a thin rope and immersed by light from a tiny opening in the Earths surface, an explorer makes his way up 900 ft in Kačna jama (cave) near Divača, in Slovenia. The cave is the third longest cave in Slovenia and is one of several locations that offers a gateway down to the mighty Reka River. This portfolio of photographs we have been sharing were shot for @NatGeoAdventure from the famous river caves of Slovenia, birth place of speleology and home to the 'human fish'. With my caving colleagues I visited 8 caves, each one varied and different with its own personality.






TOP! 👍


Oh wow 😍😍


What a dream! 🌙🤞👏🏻


@wes_noam I don’t wanna see none of this




Ual 🧐🐾🙏🏽🌏


Sympa !


@aerthus ce que j'ai fait exactement




Can this be on a cover of something. This is just such an amazing piece of existence.






Beauty queeeen🤗


Going into the darkness


Scary but awesome


Merak ettim arayış cennetmi cehennemmi.🤤🍁🌷🍁


@oscarulander10 think this tips the hat..


Wooooo brutallllllll


Impactante e impresionante!!!




Absolutely stunning photo!


@sofiejohannak ja!! Totalt trek-get-Away!


No. Se. Ve


Outstanding picture! @shonephoto


@idamariel vil du med? 😊😊😊😊😊


@ars_oliveira nao sao 30 mts, sao 70 mts 😏😏

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