I'm (very) jealous of Chris McLennan—a travel photographer who does truly amazing work all over the world, running into endless adventures, meeting incredible people and animals, and stepping into awesome places. I want to be him when I grow up. Here he explains how he took some of his most famous photographs.
Half the fun of being a travel photographer—in fact make that 100% of the fun—is the crazy adventures I often get to do as part of my job. Such as this rappel into the "Lost World" in New Zealand's famous Waitomo Caves.
It's hard to get more up close and personal than this – but how does one go about capturing such spectacular photographs?