Most Beautiful Cave Network In The World

February 13, 2012 by staff 

Most Beautiful Cave Network In The World, The natural light show caused by the reflection of the azure water on the marble walls can only be described as breathtaking.

“It is the water that formed the unique shapes of the marble walls,” landscape photographer and environmentalist, Linde Waidehofer from Colorado says. The 67-year-old photographer has her own volume on the caves entitled “Blue Light.”

“Originally great ice-fields blocked the western end of the lake – today its glacier-fed waters drain into the Pacific Ocean.

“Geologists have a simple explanation for the breath-taking blue of this giant lake.

“They talk of finely ground glacial silt which makes the water an unearthly blue and crystal clear,” she says.

Photography students have travelled from all over the world to learn from Waidehofer about light in what could be the “world’s most astonishing classroom.”

“Since 2003 I have taken many photography students into the caverns and it is always the highlight of their South American voyage,” she says.

“The experience is always different because both the light and the water level of the lake are continually changing,” Waidehofer adds.

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