Some will get up close and personal with Mother Nature’s deadliest animals to get the perfect shot, posing the question, what lengths will a photographer go to for that all important picture? But in this case, the question should be what depths. For Kiwi photographer Chris McLennan, 49,abseiled 300ft off one of the highest cave in the Southern Hemisphere into the unknown depths of a dark cavern and squeezed between limestone columns to capture this breath-taking image. The stunning photograph looks more like a scene from an epic movie than the work of a snapper. Located in beautiful Waitomo, New Zealand, they don’t call it The Lost World for nothing with its waterfalls, ancient whalebones, oyster fossils and magnificent glow-worms.