Photographer Captures Remarkable Images Of Largest Cave In The World

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Using standard DSLR cameras and a GoPro HERO4 attached to a camera drone, Ryan Deboodt has captured images of one of the world’s best kept secrets. Hang Son Soong, located in Vietnam, is the largest known cave in the world. The largest chamber in the cave is more than 3.1 miles long, 490 feet wide, and 660 feet high with stalagmites that reach up to 230 feet tall.

Deboodt, a photographer who specializes in cave photography, recently explored the caves and took photos that expose the country’s hidden secret. He has also produced a six-minute video of the scenery.

More info: Ryan Deboodt, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: designfaves)

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