Hobbit Caves

These are the incredible images of dauntingly deep caves looking like something out of a scene in The Hobbit. The towering walls of rock range from 100 meters tall to the deepest open-air pit in the world, Sotano de las Golondrinas, which is over 330 meters. Photographer Amy Hinkle shot the spectacular images in January while on a week-long expedition to caves of the Aquismon region in Mexico.

These are the incredible images of dauntingly deep caves looking like something out of a scene in The Hobbit. The towering walls of rock range from 100 meters tall to the deepest open-air pit in the world, Sotano de las Golondrinas, which is over 330 meters. Photographer Amy Hinkle shot the spectacular images in January while on a week-long expedition to caves of the Aquismon region in Mexico.

These are the incredible images of dauntingly deep caves looking like something out of a scene in The Hobbit. The towering walls of rock range from 100 meters tall to the deepest open-air pit in the world, Sotano de las Golondrinas, which is over 330 meters. Photographer Amy Hinkle shot the spectacular images in January while on a week-long expedition to caves of the Aquismon region in Mexico.

These are the incredible images of dauntingly deep caves looking like something out of a scene in The Hobbit. The towering walls of rock range from 100 meters tall to the deepest open-air pit in the world, Sotano de las Golondrinas, which is over 330 meters. Photographer Amy Hinkle shot the spectacular images in January while on a week-long expedition to caves of the Aquismon region in Mexico.

These are the incredible images of dauntingly deep caves looking like something out of a scene in The Hobbit. The towering walls of rock range from 100 meters tall to the deepest open-air pit in the world, Sotano de las Golondrinas, which is over 330 meters. Photographer Amy Hinkle shot the spectacular images in January while on a week-long expedition to caves of the Aquismon region in Mexico.