Castellana Caves in Italy are one of the most amazing places I have ever seen.
The entrance is represented by an enormous vertical tunnel 60 meters-long. Only the main cave was known in the past and people believed that it was the entrance to Hell (I didn't know Hell had so many entrances)!
Once you get in, you realize how small you are. This place is immense.
It is always challenging to take original shots of famous spots. It's not easy to find an original composition and places like this are almost always crowded. I wanted to transmit the idea of a remote and forgotten place. For this reason I opted for the black and white. The main difficulty was finding a moment when people were not in front of my lens. Since no tripods are allowed, I had to push my old Canon 450D up to 1600iso, hold my breath and push the shutter button. The result is the picture you see.