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Photo Fave: World’s Largest Natural Column, Spain

by Shelly Rivoli
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As promised… Here is a glimpse of the World’s Largest Natural Column, which is found in the Nerja Caves of southern Spain. To the left, you can see the lighted path to gie you an idea of the scale of this thing, which measures 42 ½ feet wide and 105 feet tall (or 13 x 32 meters). In case you missed the post earlier this week, you can read all about our visit to this fascinating place and view more photos in Exploring the Nerja Caves.

And in case you may have missed any of the practical and destination tips in this blog or other developments over the past couple months, you can skim over the TWB happenings in this roundup of the past 2 months.

Is it the weekend yet? This post is part of Photo Friday at DeliciousBaby.com.

Safe journeys,

Shelly Rivoli
Author of Travels with Baby and the new Take-Along Travels with Baby
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7 comments

Shelly Rivoli April 2, 2011 - 11:05 pm

Thanks! Sarah – I know what you mean! My husband was scolding me at first for even bothering to take pictures without a flash… in a cave… but I was experimenting and checking results on the display. Boy did I show him! 😉

Sarah V. April 2, 2011 - 3:01 pm

Great photo! Taking pictures in caves is very challening, as I discovered last fall. A lot of wasted shots in my batch of pictures! Good work!

Sophie April 2, 2011 - 1:42 pm

Love hearing about unusual places and I've never heard of this. Very good photo.

Wandering Educators April 1, 2011 - 8:29 pm

how Beautiful! i had no idea, i'll have to add it to our TO SEE list. 🙂

Myra April 1, 2011 - 7:09 pm

Wow! I didn't know about the Nerja Caves. I'll have to add this to my Spain "must see" list.

Shelly Rivoli April 1, 2011 - 5:15 pm

Indeed! I was looking at the photo thinking, "But it looks so small here!" 😉 The theater would be quite a place to see a production of Phantom of the Opera!

Wanderluster April 1, 2011 - 4:47 pm

It looks gorgeous, and I'm sure it is even more breathtaking in person!

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